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Parks and Rec

4 Stories

It's not hard to think about national parks in terms of climate change and conservation. However,...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

The Future Of Disaster Response

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4 external links

Disasters have always been with us, but as the effects of climate change intensify so does the...

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Megan Kamerick

KUNM-FM

Radio Reporter

Innovative Midwifery

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Utilization of midwives is linked to more favorable birth outcomes for mothers and babies. The...
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Aidan Noble-Goodman

University of North Carolina at Asheville

Health Science

Car-free cities

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Congested traffic, road accidents, parking lots, noise, pollution. Who hasn't wondered if there's...

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Marie von Hafften

Solutions Journalism Network

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Heroes not Hero Worship

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This collection highlights stories that have strong, central characters, or heroes, but do not...

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Maria Esquinca

University of Miami

Photojournalist

Art and Gentrification

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Artists or galleries moving into a neighborhood with available and affordable space to have a...

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Mike Yates

Solutions Journalism Network

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Art and Urban Development

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Art has always been a means for creative expression, but a recent trend shows art is being used...

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Serena Deutch

Vanderbilt University

Student

The high schools that are preparing students for colleges and careers

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Historically, high schools have funneled students into either a college preparation or a career...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

Tax filing

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The tax compliance burden is the amount of time and money it takes people to prepare and submit...

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Marie von Hafften

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Lessons From Indigenous Environmental Stewards

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According to the United Nations, 370 million indigenous peoples occupy 20 percent of the earth’s...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

The Path To Forgiveness

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Forgiveness is a tenet enshrined in most of the world's religions. And yet the practice of it is...

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Megan Kamerick

KUNM-FM

Radio Reporter

Artists & Compensation

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This collection examines how artists and art workers are advocating for fair pay for their labor....

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Mike Yates

Solutions Journalism Network

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How Art Helps Spread Ideas

4 Stories

One of the powers of art is to spread ideas to people about issues that are  often missed or...

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Mike Yates

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

The Inclusive Design Process

6 Stories
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Too often, solutions fail because they are designed by executives who are insulated from actual,...

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Serena Deutch

Vanderbilt University

Student

U.S. cities welcoming immigrants

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President Donald Trump promises to build a border wall to keep Mexicans out of the United States....

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Marie von Hafften

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Criminal records

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Having a publicly accessible criminal record makes it hard for former offenders to get a job and...

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Marie von Hafften

Solutions Journalism Network

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Unionizing New Media

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Faced with a volatile industry where companies rapidly rise, fall, and change hands, employees at...

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Mike Yates

Solutions Journalism Network

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The "Scandalously New Idea" of Providing Outdoor Education for All Students

6 Stories

The rise of disciplines such as "eco-psychology" and the 2007 coining of the term "nature-deficit...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

Using businesses to reduce recidivism

4 Stories

The Prison Policy Initiative reports that more than 2.3 million people are in prisons....

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Maria Esquinca

University of Miami

Photojournalist

When Youth Lead

5 Stories
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The rapid mobilization of student activists sparked by the shooting in Parkland, Fla., has been a...

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Megan Kamerick

KUNM-FM

Radio Reporter

The Clean Meat Experiment

5 Stories

Research has shown that the production of meat has a direct impact on a wide array of climate...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

Post-#MeToo Codes of Conduct

4 Stories
1 external link

As the problem of sexual harassment and abuse in the arts increases in visibility, formal...

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Mike Yates

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Women And Incarceration

5 Stories
6 external links

Years ago I volunteered for a program mentoring people coming out of prison. We were warned that...

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Megan Kamerick

KUNM-FM

Radio Reporter

The Fight of the Forests

5 Stories

Across the world, forests have taken a hit as various industries and practices thrive off of...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

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