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Viva La Vulva   Transcript
05/22/15
Viva la Vulva, a medical student society, is trying to raise awareness in the UK around female genital mutilation. >Ideas >Commentary
Climate Change and the Catholic Church   Transcript
Jeffrey Sachs 05/18/15
Jeffrey D. Sachs defends Pope Francis from those who say he should stick to religion. >Ideas >Commentary
The "University Report Card" Highlights Need for more University Research into Neglected Diseases   Transcript
05/13/15
Commercially driven drug development has rapidly become incompatible with the needs of society. Universities could have the key to the solution. >Ideas >Commentary
Interview: The Guardian's Editor on His Climate Crusade  
05/11/15
"The Guardian" newspaper has waged an unprecedented campaign to keep fossil fuels "in the ground" as part of the fight against climate change. >Ideas >Innovations
The Ethics Police?: The Struggle to Make Human Research Safe   Transcript
05/07/15
When it comes to medical research using human beings, who decides what's right? What does "informed consent" mean when you need a law degree to understand the consent forms? How are clinical trails conducted overseas? Dr. Klitzman explores these troubling and complex ethical concerns. >Ideas >Commentary
Reversing Climate Change: A Vision of an Organic Planet  
"Coach" Mark Smallwood 05/05/15
Mark Smallwood, executive director at Rodale Institute, claims that a global shift to regenerative organic agriculture can reverse climate change. >Ideas >Innovations
"Coach" Mark Smallwood
"Coach" Mark Smallwood is executive director at Rodale Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to pioneering organic farming through research and outreach. >Innovators >People
Andy Yee
Andy Yee is a policy analyst for Google in Asia Pacific. >Innovators >People
Save Our Soils   Transcript
04/29/15
Healthy soils are crucial to human survival. We rely on them not only for food production, but also to help regulate Earth's climate, storing more carbon than all of the world’s forests combined. >Ideas >Commentary
Girls, Not Brides   Transcript
04/27/15
Graça Machel and Mabel van Oranje urge governments to combat child marriage by setting the minimum age for marriage at 18. >Ideas >Commentary
China's Polluted Soil and Water Will Drive Up World Food Prices   Transcript
04/24/15
The world's most populous country will be increasingly reliant on food imports, and the consequences will be global. >Ideas >Commentary
Human Rights—Help or Hindrance to Combating Climate Change?   Transcript
04/20/15
The human rights framework risks perpetuating a flawed development model that is the root of the problem. >Ideas >Commentary
Why Climate Change Divestment Will Not Work   Transcript
Scott Wisor 04/15/15
Instead of devoting scarce resources toward a divestment campaign, Scott Wisor argues we need to direct attention to the more urgent and effective task of placing a price on carbon. >Ideas >Commentary
Scott Wisor
Scott Wisor is lecturer and deputy director of the Centre for the Study of Global Ethics at the University of Birmingham. >Innovators >People
The Truth About Medical Consent   Transcript
Daniel Sokol 04/10/15
Daniel Sokol asks how doctors can balance the imperatives of providing full information and maintaining hope. >Ideas >Commentary
Daniel Sokol
Daniel Sokol is a barrister and medical ethicist known for his academic and journalistic writings on the ethics of medicine. >Innovators >People
Peter Burdon
03/31/15
Peter Burdon is a senior lecturer at the Adelaide Law School and deputy chair of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature Ethics Specialist Group. >Innovators >People
Four Countries Eclipse EU Renewable Goals Early   Transcript
03/27/15
While many countries struggle to cut emissions, Sweden, Bulgaria, Estonia, and Lithuania have met or surpassed their renewable energy target ahead of schedule. How? >Ideas >Commentary
Shakespeare on the Shop Floor  
Rachel Burstein, Ann Kowal Smith 03/16/15
A pioneering organization is using literature to enable other sorts of conversations at the workplace—the types of conversations that successful companies need to have. >Ideas >Innovations
Triple Jeopardy: Girls and Women Affected by Leprosy are Discriminated Against Because of Gender, Stigma, and Disabilities   Transcript
03/13/15
Women with leprosy face high levels of social discrimination and encounter difficulties in access to education, employment, public transportation, and marriage. >Ideas >Commentary

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