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Local pipelines to healthcare in rural America

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Reliable and consistent medical help can be hard to find in rural areas, but communities...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

Disagreeing With Grace

5 Stories

It seems like almost every day an op-ed appears lamenting that the United States is the most...

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Tyler McBrien

Council on Foreign Relations

Educator

Bidibidi: Refugee Camp to Permanent City

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Bidibidi Refugee Settlement in northwestern Uganda is the second largest refugee camp in the...

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Lucy Crelli

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications

The Kalief Browder Effect

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On June 6, 2015, 22-year-old Kalief Browder died by suicide. Browder had been held for three...

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Kayla Christopherson

The New School / SJN

Media Training Professional

Clean Water and Sanitation

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Water management is one of the most challenging Goals on the 2030 Agenda. As the UN Economic and...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Affordable and Clean Energy

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Ensuring universal access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern sources of energy is...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Decent Work and Economic Growth

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The UN’s 2030 Agenda relies in large part on achieving decent work for all and creating...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure

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Investments in sustainable industrial development, resilient infrastructure, and the innovations...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Celebrating Indigenous Knowledge: Stories to Discuss at Thanksgiving Dinner

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Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on what we have to be grateful for, but it is also an excellent...

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Early Childhood Education Solutions in the Mountain West

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In small towns and rural communities, resources and people are spread out over more expansive...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

Education and the Digital Divide in the Mountain West

4 Stories

While many parents worry about the amount of time their children are spending in front of...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

Doctors are hard to find in rural areas. Incentives can help.

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It's no secret that medical school can lead to significant debt. When new doctors look for jobs,...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

Reduce Inequalities Within and Among Countries

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The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals call for us to build more equitable societies—leaving no...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Finding Civility in Community Projects

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To tackle the deepening partisan divisions in the United States, many communities are turning to...

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Tyler McBrien

Council on Foreign Relations

Educator

Sustainable Cities and Communities

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1 external link

Until 2007, a majority of the global population was rural. Today, however, a majority of people...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Indigenous Responses to Climate Change and Environmental Degradation

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Indigenous communities around the world have practiced sustainable agriculture for centuries,...

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Erin Hampton

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Sustainable Consumption and Production

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Goal 12 calls for consumers and producers to reverse current trends, decoupling resource...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Incarceration & Motherhood: (Re)building bonds

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The United States is home to a quarter of the world's imprisoned population. The number of women...

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Kayla Christopherson

The New School / SJN

Media Training Professional

Prioritizing Relationships in Indigenous Cultures

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Being a part of a larger community and feeling a sense of belonging and identity within that...

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Lucy Crelli

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications

Climate Action

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Goal 13 calls on the global community to take urgent action against climate change. Currently,...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Life Below Water

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The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals aim to ensure the sustainable use of marine resources and...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Life on Land

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Goal 15 reminds us that healthy human communities rely on the health of our land and forest...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions

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Legal systems provide the framework for countries to implement the Global Goals in the 2030...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Partnerships for the Goals

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Goal 17 calls for increased international cooperation in the implementation of all the...

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

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