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The Transportation Sector

4 Stories

According to Project Drawdown, transportation is one of the key areas for greenhouse gas...

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Sally Albright

Oregon State University

Student

The Ways That Won't Work

3 Stories

"I haven't failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." - Thomas Edison

Sometimes...

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Leslie Cory

Solutions Journalism Network

Editor

Electric Vehicles

4 Stories

From a climate perspective, electric vehicles possess huge advantages over internal combustion...

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Mass Transit

5 Stories

Urban transport is the single largest source of transportation-related emissions, and growing....

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Walkable Cities

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Walkable Cities' aim is to minimize the need to have or use cars and to make car alternatives...

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Bike Infrastructure

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Bicycle use is on the rise as cities and their dwellers seek transportation solutions to clogged...

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Green Roofs

4 Stories

An average roof endures not only some of the harshest weather conditions in the winter, but it...

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Emrys Golden

Oregon State University

Student

Forest Protection

5 Stories

Sustaining aboriginal forests has become a critical cog in the effort to fight climate change....

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Indigenous Peoples' Land Management

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Although indigenous communities contribute the least to climate change, they are among those most...

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Industrial Recycling

3 Stories

Recycling done correctly can solve many problems, including reducing our massive amount of waste...

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Removing Barriers for Women and Girls

4 Stories

According to Project Drawdown, increasing access to education for girls, providing resources and...

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

#MeToo #SolutionsToo Contest

15 Stories

Last November, with support from the Woodcock Foundation, the NoVo Foundation, and a crowdfunding...

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Lita Tirak

Solutions Journalism Network

Researcher or Data Scientists

Women Smallholders Microfinance

3 Stories

Although women make up 43 percent of the agricultural labor force and produce between 60 and 80...

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Farmland Restoration

4 Stories

According to Project Drawdown, 424 million acres -- or close to half of the deserted farmland...

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

The Food Sector

6 Stories

Agricultural production (crops and livestock), food preparation and consumption, and food waste...

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Katherine Noble-Goodman

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Biomass

4 Stories

Biomass provides a stepping stone in the transition away from fossil fuels to renewable energy,...

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Remy Noble

Oregon State University

Student

The Roots of Racism

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There are rarely "quick fixes" to systemic human rights issues. True solutions take deep-rooted...

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Erin Hampton

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

Lifting the Veil on the Ivory Tower

4 Stories

This collection explores how organizations and schools in the United States are expanding access...

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Emma Zehner

Solutions Journalism Network

NPO/NGO/Social Enterprise

I Want You (for Government Work)

5 Stories

Just like companies and non-profit organizations, governments run on people power. State, local,...

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Tyler McBrien

Council on Foreign Relations

Educator

Humanitarian Tech

6 Stories
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During times of humanitarian crisis, the allocation of emergency services and the distribution of...

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Paul Niebrzydowski

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Growing Biodiversity

6 Stories
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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

5 Stories

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

9 Stories

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

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Paul Niebrzydowski

Solutions Journalism Network

Educator

Financing Sustainability

4 Stories
1 external link

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

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Erin Hampton

Solutions Journalism Network

Other

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