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Social capital may be the answer to helping America recapture lost soul

America has more or less recovered from the financial crisis that began in 2008, which saw tens of millions driven below the poverty line....

Andrew Lam | March 6, 2015, Friday


Is the American business community racist?

The film “Selma” calls us to consider where we stand today and what we are doing as individuals and communities about racial justice....

MaryAnne Howland | March 6, 2015, Friday


Energy-saving benefits low-income schools

One in five Americans spends his or her days in our nation’s 140,000 K-12 schools....

Kathleen Rogers | March 5, 2015, Thursday


In WeChat era, overseas travel becomes another piece of conspicuous consumption

Spring Festival traditionally provides an occasion for family reunion, but today it can also be a great moment to get away from home, as a growing number of Chinese chose to spend this festival traveling...

Wan Lixin | March 4, 2015, Wednesday


Chinese toilet shoppers vote with their wallet

Chinese tourists once again lived up to their reputation as shopaholics during this year’s Spring Festival holiday....

Liu Wei | March 4, 2015, Wednesday


Earth needs the financial sector to play role in global sustainable development

When world leaders meet this July in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, at the Conference on Financing for Development, the financial industry should be ready to offer practical, global solutions to the challenges...

Jeffrey D. Sachs and Hendrik J. du Toit | March 3, 2015, Tuesday


‘Blood famine’ drives some patients to black market

China’s rising demand for health care is exposing a chronic shortage of an essential commodity: blood....

Alexandra Harney | March 3, 2015, Tuesday


Environmentally friendly mushroom farm in Jinshan shows future of city agriculture

Workers stood on a specially designed lift, picking white button mushrooms in a place you might not expect them to grow — on indoor platforms that resemble five-deck bunk beds....

Li Xinran | March 2, 2015, Monday


Coal industry’s specious poverty claims ignore reality

Momentum seems to be building for a global deal at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris next December....

Raja Jayaraman, Jonathan Keren-Black, Thea Ormerod, and Stephen Pickard | March 2, 2015, Monday


Conspiracy against fixing the cancer of an income chasm

With “Social Democratic America,” Professor Kenworthy provides a welcome addition to a number of recent studies — initiated by last year’s superb “Capital in the 21st Century” by Thomas Pickety — focusing...

Greg Cusack | February 27, 2015, Friday




 

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