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Growing Biodiversity

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In the modern era, industrial monoculture has taken a huge toll on global biodiversity. Large...

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Jacob Shea

UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Print Reporter/Digital Reporter/Staff Writer

Data to the People

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Data can be a powerful tool. Access to public education data can help parents and caregivers make...

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Tyler McBrien

Council on Foreign Relations

Educator

Encouraging Resilience Through the Arts

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Art and creative expression foster well being and encourage resilience. Beyond the increasingly...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

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Financing Sustainability

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A multitude of buzz words surrounding sustainability have popped up throughout the past several...

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Erin Hampton

Solutions Journalism Network

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"Repositioning Ourselves in the News"

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A Discussion by the Barnard Organization of Soul Sisters

This group of Black women on Barnard and...

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Robrenisha Williams

Student

How to Sustain a City

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In 2017, the United States produced nearly 6.5 million tons of CO2. The US also generated over ...

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Erin Hampton

Solutions Journalism Network

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A Collective Impact Approach to Education

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In recent years, educators and experts have started to push back against test-centric evaluation...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

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Embracing Relationships to Save Our National Parks

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Caring for our nation's national parks is a big job. So big in fact, that the National Park...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Print Reporter/Digital Reporter/Staff Writer

Solutions that Work: Services for New Americans

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Being a New American is complicated. As federal policy and national attention have recently...
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Areeba Haider

Solutions Journalism Network

Student

Digital Solutions at Work in the Mountain West

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Resources for education, mental health, and other crucial contributors to community wellbeing are...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

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Economic Renewal in the Mountain West

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As coal mining, ranching, and other once-booming industries slow down in the Mountain West, towns...

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Erin Hampton

Solutions Journalism Network

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Student Mental Health in the Mountain West

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Several states in the Mountain West are working to address mental health concerns and decrease...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Print Reporter/Digital Reporter/Staff Writer

My Neighborhood's Keeper

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In the summer of 2015, I was completing my graduate fieldwork in Meru, Kenya. There, I met a man...

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Kayla Christopherson

The New School / SJN

Media Training Professional

Evolving Approaches to K-12 Immigrant Education

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From U.S. to Canada to Finland to Israel, education systems have developed in response to the...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

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Mobilizing Mountain West Voters

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Looking at voting rates as a measure of democratic health, the United States probably wouldn’t...

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Tyler McBrien

Council on Foreign Relations

Educator

First of Their Kind

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The winds of social change have been trending towards the quick, innovative fix nowadays. This...

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Lucille Crelli

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications

Designing the Future of Policing

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We live in a time of steadily increasing gun violence and police forces that few have faith in...

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Lucille Crelli

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications

Breaking the Cycle of Recidivism in the Mountain West

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Prison has long been the norm for the United States criminal justice system. When someone does a...

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Kayla Christopherson

The New School / SJN

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Finding Teachers Housing So They Can "Afford Teaching" Again

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As long-time residents get priced out of hot-market U.S. cities like San Francisco and Seattle,...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

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For the Kids: Approaches to Child Care and Socio-economic Mobility

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Across America, the exorbitant cost of child care penalizes low-income families that are already...

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Areeba Haider

Solutions Journalism Network

Student

Homes for the Homeless: The Housing First Model

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With over half a million Americans living on the street, homelessness is no small problem. At its...

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Tyler McBrien

Council on Foreign Relations

Educator

UN Global Goal 1: End Poverty

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The first of the 17 UN Goals for Sustainable Development is to end poverty in all its forms...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

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UN Global Goal 3: Good Health and Well-Being

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The third UN Global Goal -- good health and well-being -- aims to ensure healthy lives and...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

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UN Global Goal 4: Quality Education

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The UN's Quality Education global goal seeks to ensure inclusive and quality education for all...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

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