Supplements to the article “Citizen Chronicles.”
In San Francisco, planners are using variable pricing to reduce the congestion, pollution, and aggravation that come with big-city traffic.
A program in Alberta, Canada, showcases the way that people with disabilities contribute actively to their communities. Includes magazine extras.
There has been a renewed interest in traditional Indian spiritual practices by Native and other Americans alike.
Gender pay equity is higher in countries where women's involvement in advocacy and organizing efforts is more robust.
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Lawless violence in the developing world is a plague that undermines efforts to end extreme poverty.
Meeting the world's growing demand for water will require advances in technology that build on 3,000 years of progress.
An emerging "data-driven" science of human behavior promises to help us understand and solve social problems.
In places like rural Guatemala, the quest to sustain a vital social enterprise often depends on finding the right private-sector partner.
Evaluating efforts to promote shifts in policy requires methods that are at once rigorous and flexible.