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Robin Hood Meets Wall Street

Feb. 22, 2011 / Posted by: Michelle Chan / Categories: Blog, Economics for the Earth

Just imagine. Nearly $1.5 trillion changes hands on international currency exchange markets each day, almost all of it through untaxed transactions made by wealthy speculators. What if we put even a tiny fraction of that money to good use?

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New Consumer Genetic Privacy Manual

Dec. 22, 2010 / Posted by: Eric Hoffman / Categories: Blog, Food and Technology

The consumer is faced with almost daily risks to their genetic privacy from human health and reproductive technologies to the criminal justice system. The consumer needs an understanding of the science, the privacy risks involved in releasing gene...

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Keystone XL stories: Ernie Fellows

Dec. 16, 2010 / Posted by: Kelly Trout / Categories: Blog, Climate and Energy

Ernie Fellows is a 65-year-old retired rancher living in Mills, Nebraska, a remote community that sits atop the Ogallala Aquifer along the South Dakota border. Fellows has spent his entire adult life raising livestock and tending to the land he in...

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Keystone XL stories: Theresa Landrum

Dec. 16, 2010 / Posted by: Kelly Trout / Categories: Blog, Climate and Energy

Theresa Landrum, 56, is a native Detroiter and has lived on the same block in the city's southwest side since she was born. Her neighborhood, known by its 48217 zip code, is the most polluted area in the state of Michigan and is home to some of th...

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