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.


"Teaching students to ask their own questions" (Harvard Education Letter) (September/October 2011)

"Is your Gmail account killing the planet?" (via Mother Jones) (September/October 2011)

U.S. poverty rate highest in years (via NY Times) (9/13/11)

"Ban on E. Coli in beef to expand to 6 more strains" (via NY Times) (9/12/11)

Do TV shows like SpongeBob hamper kids' learning? (via KATU News) (9/12/11)

More students in AZ taking environmental studies courses (via Arizona Republic) (9/12/11)

Bikesharing programs find success across the globe (via BBC) (9/9/11)

The gap between teenage workers in agriculture...and anywhere else (via Grist) (9/7/11)

Study shows number of popular laundry detergents emit carcinogens (via E Magazine) (9/7/11)

Cash-strapped schools turn to corporation-sponsored online contests (via San Jose Mercury News) (9/5/11)

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