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The Future of Apprenticeships

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Even for people who have earned college degrees, a skills gap exists in the workforce. That's...

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Serena Deutch

Vanderbilt University

Student

Harnessing Data to Improve Education Outcomes

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In Education, the rise of new technologies and data-driven processes as a response to social...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

Ending Female Genital Mutilation

5 Stories

Female Genital Mutilation (FMG) is a procedure that requires the removal of parts, or all, of the...

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Maria Esquinca

University of Miami

Photojournalist

Creating & Consuming in the Library

4 Stories

While maintaining their traditional role of loaning media to consume, libraries are now providing...

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Mike Yates

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

In The Name of Climate Change

11 Stories

 This collection focuses on the implications of climate change, such as  energy...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

Rural Healthcare Crisis

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Rural communities in the U.S. are facing hospital closures at an increased rate in recent years....

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Aidan Noble-Goodman

University of North Carolina at Asheville

Health Science

When Locals Take On Climate Change

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People are feeling the impacts of climate change across the globe--from coastal communities to...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

FREEDOM OF THE PRESS

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On August 16, 2018, more than 300 news outlets across the United States published editorials in...

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Lita Tirak

Solutions Journalism Network

Researcher or Data Scientists

Cost of Urban Living for Young Adults

5 Stories

As rent prices across the United States and the world climb increasingly out of reach, many young...

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Serena Deutch

Vanderbilt University

Student

Refugee integration in Europe

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With global migration continuing to impact continents, Europe is finding ways to better integrate...

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Marie von Hafften

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Clean Cookstoves

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Throughout the world, some 3 billion people prepare meals each day over an open flame or...

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Managing Refrigerants

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It turns out that the single most significant way to reduce CO2 emissions is to change the way we...

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Maren Schermer

Educator

Reducing Food Waste

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Project Drawdown ranks reducing food waste as the third most significant strategy for reducing...

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Maren Schermer

Educator

Plant-Rich Diet

6 Stories
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Eating a diet rich in fruits, vegetables and whole grains is good for human health, and it turns...

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Maren Schermer

Educator

Restoring Tropical Forests

5 Stories
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Tropical rainforests provide many ecosystem services, including absorbing carbon and filtering...

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Maren Schermer

Educator

Educating Girls

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"Education lays a foundation for vibrant lives for girls and women, their families, and their...

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Maren Schermer

Educator

Family Planning

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Effective family planning strategies that focus on well-being, education and empowerment not only...

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Maren Schermer

Educator

Solar Farms

4 Stories
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Solar farms provide an unlimited and clean source of energy, that in many countries is now...

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Maren Schermer

Educator

Silvopasture

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Project Drawdown ranks silvopasture as the ninth best solution for reducing carbon emissions and,...

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Maren Schermer

Educator

Rooftop Solar

4 Stories
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Installing rooftop solar has become an effective climate change mitigation strategy as well as a...

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Maren Schermer

Educator

The Man in the Mirror

7 Stories

In response to the high incidence and increased visibility of sexual harassment and assault...

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Mike Yates

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Before the Shooting Starts: Red Flag Laws

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In the wake of the February 2018 mass shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

Harvest Innovations: Stories to Discuss at Thanksgiving

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While much of folklore surrounding the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States may not be...

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Community Land Trusts

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Community land trusts are increasingly becoming long term solutions that offset the rising cost...

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Maria Esquinca

University of Miami

Photojournalist

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