Humane Issues in the News

Each week we round-up the news you need to know about humane issues, from human rights and environmental preservation, to animal protection, to media and culture, to activism, education, and changemaking.


Teen changemaker invents "GreenShields" to help the environment (via Forbes) (11/12/12)

"California's new global warming law becomes real this week with first cap-and-trade auctions" (MercuryNews.com) (11/10/12)

"Florida to grade black students on a different scale than white students?" (via Alternet) (11/9/12)

U.S. drops in ranking of world's top countries for women (via Daily Mail) (11/8/12)

Unity College in Maine first to pledge to divest from "dirty energy" (via YES! Magazine) (11/8/12)

4 teenage girls in Nigeria have invented a generator "powered by pee" (via Grist) (11/8/12)

"Education ballot initiatives results show mixed returns on school reform" (via Huffington Post) (11/7/12)

Study explores positive & negative impacts of "childhood adversity" (via Education Week) (11/7/12)

Chicago project follows what happens to juveniles in justice system (via NY Times) (11/4/12)

"Animal rights in China" (via Forbes) (11/2/12)

"Is it ethical to defy evacuation orders?" (via Washington Post) (11/2/12)



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