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.

"Cost of subsidizing fossil fuels is high, but cutting them is tough" (via NY Times) (10/24/11)

Rape as "weapon of war" against men (via Alternet) (10/24/11)

Students take stand against racist costumes with new campaign (via Huffington Post) (10/24/11)

The additive that destroys forests, kills animals, & enslaves children (via Alternet) (10/24/11)

"Are we reaching 'peak car'?" (via Globe & Mail) (10/22/11)

"285 Indian girls replace names meaning 'unwanted' to rise above gender discrimination" (via Washington Post) (10/22/11)

Indiana students help bring clean drinking water to students in Haiti (via Edutopia) (10/21/11)

Independent analysis backs other studies that confirm the earth is warming (via Treehugger) (10/21/11)

Students help solve real-world problems with challenge-based learning (via InverGroveHeightsPatch) (10/21/11)

YoRiciclo brings recycling to Mexico (via Treehugger) (10/19/11)

New recommendations for limiting TV exposure of young children (via NY Times) (10/18/11)

Study says college students not learning to think critically (via Common Dreams) (10/17/11)

Interests collide in Keystone pipeline controversy (via Washington Post) (10/16/11)

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