How you can help You can designate funds to an emergency response, make an unrestricted annual gift or recommend recurring payments to a special appeal. Another option is to support programs that meet your interests, such as maternal and newborn health, early childhood education, gender equality, child rights and more. A donor-advised fund allows you…

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Trump lost big in court last Friday when a federal judge in Alaska threw out his plan to open up the Arctic Ocean to more oil drilling. Trump lost big in court last Friday. A federal judge in Alaska threw out his plan to open up the Arctic Ocean to more oil drilling. Trump was…

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What is global health? It’s a big year for global health so ONE is going to be talking about it a lot. But before we jump into the nitty gritty statistics or the importance of getting funding for the world’s most innovative partnerships, let’s talk about what global health actually is! Global health is about…

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This year has already broken records As California enters an already historic and devastating wildfire season, little attention has been given to the issues that can make wildfires bigger, faster, and more dangerous to people and our nation’s treasured wildlands. Here’s a look at what’s behind the occurrence of forest and wildland fires today. This…

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As climate change has influenced forced migration around the globe, the Central American refugees could be a strong indicator of what climate migrations will look like in the very near future. In the wake of the United Nations IPCC report, many have been left with these feelings of fear, dismay, and rage at the prospect…

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2018 has been a full year of campaigning to end forest destruction for dirty palm oil, and if Wilmar sticks to its promise to monitor its suppliers, forest destroyers will have nowhere to hide. It’s been a full year of campaigning to end forest destruction for dirty palm oil. After Greenpeace International exposed how Wilmar…

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Wanna know where plastic pollution really starts and ends? Join the Rainbow Warrior and Beluga as they set sail to find out all about it. Corporations have created a plastic monster. Over 90% of the plastics ever produced have not been recycled, yet corporations have plans to dramatically increase their production of plastic packaging. With…

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“Adults — if you feel uncomfortable now, you’re going to feel uncomfortable for a while. Because we’re never going to back down.” Isra Hirsi just turned 16 years old. To celebrate, she came home from school and spent three hours on conference calls. Isra, a student at South High School in Minneapolis, is one of…

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On March 14, Cyclone Idai made landfall in southern Africa. Chances are, no one predicted the results would be this harrowing. The storm has affected almost three million people, including over 1,000 casualties and two million displaced. For those who survived the storm, there’s still a long road ahead. Cyclone Idai has led to an…

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The seas provide half of our oxygen, and food for a billion people. Let’s give them the protection they deserve. Under the restless surface of our seas, hundreds of miles from land, there’s a world of giants and hunters; ancient lifeforms and lost cities. These waters beyond national borders are home to creatures even more…

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