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October 14, 2015
Open Letter from Educators As teachers, school support staff, principals, school nurses, and advocates dedicated to the education and well-being of children, we urge you to end the exploitative practice of McTeacher’s Nights.
September 18, 2015
Articles include: New climate initiative challenges fossil fuel industry, Hard-won tobacco law protects Nigerians, The necessity of moving forward, McDonald's under pressure, Your visits move parks to think outside the bottle, and Defending Lagos' public water. …
September 16, 2015
When we evaluate our progress, the details -- the deliverables -- may look different from how we initially set them out, but we are always closer to our ultimate goal. …
July 16, 2015
A series of investigative articles by The New York Times beginning June 30, 2015 exposed how the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has worked systematically to help the tobacco industry fight life-saving measures to reduce tobacco use. This report provides additional case studies and calls on governments to reject the U.S. Chamber's misleading arguments and enact proven tobacco control measures that save lives. …
June 12, 2015
Municipal-level officials are the stewards of our public water systems. And this stewardship is not an easy task: officials must invest communities in a system that is largely hidden underground, fund this system in the absence of sufficient federal support, and ensure transparent and democratic operations The following are three best practices to facilitate this stewardship.


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