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The Value of Free

People are more likely to use products that they pay for, but when it comes to malaria-preventing bed nets in Africa, the opposite holds true.

By Jessica Ruvinsky | Fall 2010
 

Fueling Growth

Riders for Health has created a novel approach to maintaining health transport vehicles in sub-Saharan Africa.

By Sonali Rammohan | Summer 2010
 

Financing Freedom

Microlending in leprosy colonies frees residents from poverty, shame, and isolation.

By Meredith May | Summer 2010
 
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Lucrative but Deadly

As parents spend more time raising their profitable coffee crop, they spend less time attending to their children's needs.

By Jessica Ruvinsky | Summer 2010
 

Containing a Global Health Care Crisis

Used shipping containers become health care clinics in the developing world.

By Suzie Boss | Summer 2010
 
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Sell the Wind

What are social marketers to do when their target audience couldn’t care less about the change they want to make? Here's how one group got everyday people to care about alternative energy.

By Cathy L. Hartman & Edwin R. Stafford | Winter 2010
 
WHOLE EARTH
DISCIPLINE:
An Ecopragmatist
Manifesto
Stewart Brand

An Environmental Provocateur

Whole Earth Discipline: An Ecopragmatist Manifesto by Stewart Brand

Reviewed By Denis Hayes | Winter 2010
 
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What’s Next: Fresh Faces at City Hall

To halt the greying of municipal government, the City Hall Fellows program offers recent college graduates a year-long stint working on everyday challenges such as transportation, public works, and housing.

By Suzie Boss | Winter 2010
 

What’s Next: Out-Greening Your Neighbor

Nobody wants to be the biggest energy hog on the block.

By Suzie Boss | Winter 2010
 
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Tackling HIV

Grassroot Soccer uses the world’s most popular sport to educate kids in sub-Saharan Africa about HIV and its prevention.

By Corey Binns | Summer 2008