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Caretaking Practice for May: Gratitude

We've all heard that gratitude is important to our wellbeing. What about using it for others' wellbeing, too?
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We Must Be Stewards of the Environment

We teach our kids to be stewards of the planet and to be cruelty free. On this day, however, our daughter reminded me that we all MUST BE stewards.
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Ocean Exchange Celebrates 10th Anniversary

How one nonprofit supports effective, innovative solutions to sustainability and environmental problems.
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AI Makes Plant-Based Eating a Snap

A few years ago, Beyoncé made headlines when she admitted to adopting a plant-based diet 44 days before her Coachella performance. While not adopting a permanent (or full) vegan lifestyle, she
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Let Us Rise: The World Today Needs Every Voice

We no longer live in a time where a single voice or person is enough to get behind. Each and every one of us must become that voice and that person. We are the key for the future.
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Reefs Hold Solutions to Climate Change, if We Can Manage to Protect Them

Common Great Barrier Reef creatures have evolved remarkable features that are now the basis of scientific breakthroughs in renewable energies, next-gen materials, and other fields. If we protect our reefs, they can protect our future.
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Caretaking Practice for April: Reduce Plastic Pollution

Want to make small changes for good? In April, change two or three habits around single-use plastics.
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5 Cities Where Tech Helps End Homelessness

Tech's resources and creativity can help end homelessness.
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Haircuts and a Heart for the Homeless

A barber takes his skill to the streets to give out more than just a haircut.
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Beer and Sustainability: AB InBev Funds Startups with Solutions

In an effort to create a better world through environmentally sustainable practices, Anheuser-Busch InBev launched a $100,000 Global Sustainability Accelerator called 100+ in 2018. What is AB InBev doing in the
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The Death of Expertise, Part II: Everyone’s a Critic

In Part II of the series, we consider the drawbacks when we no longer elevate experts and authorities.
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What’s AI to Do in a World Where Ethics Are Subjective?

As we design and further develop AI, how can we ensure we don't create harm?
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Addicted to Helping: An Interview with Bethany Dearborn Hiser

For many in "caring professions" like counselors, activists, social workers, and pastors, taking time away to recharge and renew oneself can be seen as unnecessary and privileged. Bethany Dearborn Hiser shares why this attitude not only is wrong, but it is also dangerous.
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