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2019 Solutions Time Capsule, Story Fellows Collection

17 Stories

This collection is a time capsule comprising some of the best solutions journalism stories of...

created by

Lita Tirak

Solutions Journalism Network

Researcher or Data Scientists

Face to Face

4 Stories

It can be difficult to have the tough conversations about issues that divide us—race, politics,...

created by

Lucy Crelli

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications

Strategies for Affordable Housing in Rural and Small Town America

4 Stories

A lack of affordable housing has often been characterized as an urban issue, but communities of...

created by

Areeba Haider

Solutions Journalism Network

Student

Waste in the West

5 Stories

Waste is rampant in our world.  We throw away our lunch leftovers rather than saving them...

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Erin Hampton

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Economic Health in Rural Communities

4 Stories

Across the United States, it's not uncommon to see rural communities fall behind in economic...

created by

Erin Hampton

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Reconciling with Justice

4 Stories

The criminal justice system in the United States has historically prioritized punishment above...

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Kayla Christopherson

The New School / SJN

Media Training Professional

Sharing Economy

5 Stories

In a world of 7.5 billion people, there are innumerable scenarios where individual ownership of a...

created by

Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Innovations in Early Education Programs

7 Stories

Early childcare offerings vary considerably from community to community, but most states have one...

created by

Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

Promising Strategies to Curb Addiction

4 Stories

The key to addressing addiction comes down to understanding the root causes of the addiction and...

created by

Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

INNOVATION IN ACTION - (Climate Change)

8 Stories

WHO'S THIS FOR?

Anyone interesting in looking through the lens of social innovation to discover...

created by

Greg Van Kirk

SolutionsU Pro (A Solutions Journalism Network innovation)

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

The Promise of Ranked-Choice Voting

3 Stories
1 external link

During the debacle that was the 2020 Iowa Caucus, the candidate with the most number of votes...

created by

Tyler McBrien

Council on Foreign Relations

Educator

#UpstreamingSolutions

42 Stories

“So often in life, we get stuck in a cycle of response. We put out fires. We deal with...

created by

Julia Hotz

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Regenerative Agriculture

5 Stories

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

created by

Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Green Economic Development

4 Stories

Increasingly, cities and states are aligning their economic and job development and greening...

created by

Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

Medicine in the Streets

5 Stories

For people who are homeless, accessing health care can often be an unrealistic task. Barriers...

created by

Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

What's Working in the Global Fight to Contain COVID-19

8 Stories
2 external links

With the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases rising by the day in the United States and around the...

created by

Solutions Journalism Network

Breaking the Echo Chamber on Immigration

4 Stories

"You know, to just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I...

created by

Lucy Crelli

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications

Healthcare Access in the Mountain West

5 Stories

For those living in small towns across the US Mountain West, the quiet seclusion and remote...

created by

Erin Hampton

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Reporting on the Novel Coronavirus

18 Stories
As COVID-19 crosses both oceans and borders, countries around the world are working to contain...
created by

Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

Digital Responses to Social Isolation

4 Stories

For years, social media and the internet have been blamed for creating a disconnected society,...

created by

Kayla Christopherson

The New School / SJN

Media Training Professional

Voting from a Quarantine

6 Stories

The spread of COVID-19 has thrown nearly every aspect of American life into disarray, and our...

created by

Tyler McBrien

Council on Foreign Relations

Educator

How Europe copes with lockdown

6 Stories

I am the only Europe-based staff member at SJN. Being in close contact everyday with my...

created by

NINA FASCIAUX

Solutions Journalism Network

Media Training Professional

INNOVATION IN ACTION: COVID 19 - (RE- PURPOSE/DIRECT/IMAGINE)

5 Stories

The Innovation Trimtab: RE- Purpose/Direct/Imagine

When confronted with the challenge of extreme...

created by

Greg Van Kirk

SolutionsU Pro (A Solutions Journalism Network innovation)

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

INNOVATION IN ACTION: COVID 19 - (START WITH SIMPLE)

5 Stories

The Innovation Trimtab: Start with simple

We tend to believe that complex challenges require...

created by

Greg Van Kirk

SolutionsU Pro (A Solutions Journalism Network innovation)

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

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