Humane Issues in the News...

Each week we post links to news about humane education & humane living, and items connected to humane issues, from human rights to environmental preservation, to animal protection, to media, consumerism and culture.

"Agony and ivory" (via Vanity Fair) (8/11)

"Scholastic to scale back corporate-sponsored materials" (via Education Week) (8/1/11)

Report says EU fishing fleet kills, throws away millions of cod to avoid exceeding quotas (via The Guardian) (8/1/11)

Teachers, education supporters march to "save our schools" (via Christian Science Monitor) (7/30/11)

NPR 5-part focus on school dropouts (via NPR) (7/11)

The "art" of environmental pollution (via The Atlantic) (7/28/11)

Two digitally-enhanced ads banned in Britain (via LA Times) (7/27/11)

"Is generosity an evolutionary trait?" (via Fast Company) (7/27/11)

Study says white Americans have "20 times the wealth" of black Americans (via GOOD) (7/27/11)

"Love of rivers leads man to collect 70 million pounds of trash" (via Good News Network) (7/27/11)

Student art project raises ire of state reps, industry (via Treehugger) (7/27/11)

Study says most climate skeptics in U.S. are "conservative white men" (via Treehugger) (7/27/11)

Report looks at impact of industrialized "poultry production" (via Baltimore Sun) (7/27/11)

Developing countries struggling with "land grabs" by corporations, other countries (via Worldwatch) (7/26/11)

Too many ties between oil, gas industry & those who regulate them (via MercuryNews.com) (7/26/11)

"Ed schools' pedagogical puzzle" (via NY Times) (7/21/11)

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