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ACToday Experts Take Part in Panel on Climate and Food Security

Experts discussed how climate and the coronavirus will affect food supply chains, and how university-led projects such as ACToday can help take on major challenges like these.

by |May 18, 2020

Organizational Management During a Pandemic

Each decision made by management is a step forward into a future that is less predictable than usual.

by |May 18, 2020
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A Minority of Peruvian Mountain Farmers Benefit From Government Pandemic Programs

Many Peruvians sell roses to earn a living. A new government policy could make matters worse for small growers already hard hit by the pandemic.

by |May 15, 2020
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What We Can Do to Preserve Our Cleaner Air

How you can fight air pollution in your neighborhood and your home.

by John Loike and Robert Pollack |May 12, 2020

The Necessity of New York City’s Parks

A functioning park system helps address a wide variety of sustainability and social problems.

by |May 11, 2020
Workers pack up emergency response provisions in the Philippines.

How Philanthropic Organizations are Addressing Coronavirus Around the World

The repercussions of COVID-19 are being felt around the world. A variety of forms of philanthropy have surfaced in response.

by |May 7, 2020

The Sustainability of Sustainability

The managers of our organizations must pay attention to the physical dimensions of environmental sustainability.

by |May 4, 2020

Plastic, Paper or Cotton: Which Shopping Bag is Best?

Which bag should an environmentally responsible, health-conscious shopper use during this time of coronavirus?

by |April 30, 2020

Global COVID-19 Map Viewer Shows Case Data, Age/Sex Features of At-Risk Populations

A new tool provides data that can help identify populations most at risk from coronavirus, around the world and down to the U.S. county level.

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A Conversation With a Coronavirus

A biology professor shows us the virus’s perspective on the pandemic.

by Robert Pollack |April 27, 2020