The microfinance revolution created new ways for the world's poor to secure loans. But microfinance institutions normally don't have the capacity or authority to finance community-level infrastructure projects.
Thirty Years Ago, My Hand Shot Up When the Fargo Theater Was Looking for Volunteers To Help Renovate the Place. I learned more about restoring pipe organs than I'd ever imagined a kid from the Bronx could. Now it's time for the 2012 Fargo Film Festival
It's become trendy for urbanites to raise animals for meat. But some of their vegan neighbors think it's less than cool. (Answer: Going Meatless Instead - Should Slaughter Be Banned in Urban Environments?
First we show an Undercurrents bushcraft video about how to take the tasty sap from the birch tree skillfully. The A to Z of Bushcraft team cover how to drill and then leave the tree in good repair.Th...
Edible Phoenix magazine and the ASU School of Nutrition and Health Promotion hosted the official viewing party of the 2012 TEDxManhattan documentary “Changing the Way We Eat” on the Downtown campus Saturday.
On Saturday, January 21, the second TEDxManhattan “Changing the Way We Eat” – an independently organized event, licensed by TED – will b (RT @chefsgardens: @TEDxManhattan "Changing the Way We Eat" Cooks Up Ideas for Eating & Farming
Food-filled backpacks delight kidsYoungstown VindicatorBy jeanne starmack The Second Harvest Food Bank is teaming up with the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley to fill backpacks for needy kids in Struthers Elementary School.
Meet Polly Higgins, often called 'the Planet's Lawyer' for her Ecocide campaign, and learn more about her ground-breaking work plus experience the delights of a Conversation Café with Trish Dickenson afterwards.
A provocative new 4-hour series soon to air on public television, Designing Healthy Communities, examines the impact of our built environment on key public health indices, including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, asthma, cancer and depression.
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