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.


Some public charter schools adopting Waldorf-inspired education (via Harvard Education Letter) (11/11)

"A broader, bolder approach uses education to break the cycle of poverty" (via Phi Delta Kappan) (11/11)

Survey shows many brands no longer doing their job (via GOOD) (11/8/11)

"Should you go to the circus? How about the rodeo?" (via Mother Jones) (11/7/11)

"12,000 tar sands protesters wrap White House in human chain" (via Treehugger) (11/6/11)

U.S. supplements formula for defining "poverty" (via Christian Science Monitor) (11/4/11)

"Biggest jump ever seen in global warming gases" (via Seattle Times) (11/3/11)

"A start-up tries to eliminate 'food deserts'" with mini-groceries (via NY Times) (11/1/11)

Interest rises in peer-to-peer car sharing (via USA Today) (11/1/11)


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