• Addressing Global Energy Demand in North America
  • New York, Pittsburgh, and Out of Network Care in 2015
  • Land Rights in Indian Country: If At First You Don’t Succeed…
  • The Ebola Outbreak – A Health System Failure?
  • Addressing Global Energy Demand in North America

    Addressing Global Energy Demand in North America

    Maria Landa   By 2030, global energy demand will increase by 41 percent due to rapid population and economic growth. Between 2012 and 2035, global population is projected to grow by 1.7 billion and real (or inflation-adjusted) income will more than double. In order to promote more energy efficient activities […]

  • New York, Pittsburgh, and Out of Network Care in 2015

    New York, Pittsburgh, and Out of Network Care in 2015

    View image | gettyimages.com Daniel B. Shulkin   What will 2015 bring in healthcare? Judith Roman, CEO of the managed care company Ameri-Health, together with several other prominent healthcare executives, predict that 2015 will bring further consolidation of healthcare organizations as hospitals struggle to remain financially sustainable. Further predictions indicate […]

  • Land Rights in Indian Country: If At First You Don’t Succeed…

    Land Rights in Indian Country: If At First You Don’t Succeed…

    #118594317 / gettyimages.com Stephanie Henning   The United States government has a long, nasty history when it comes to Native Americans’ land rights. From reservations to the Dawes Act to eminent domain, the Federal government has employed Mary Poppins’s Carpetbag-of-Tricks to successfully deprive Indians of access to or legal control […]

  • The Ebola Outbreak – A Health System Failure?

    The Ebola Outbreak – A Health System Failure?

    View image | gettyimages.com Priyanka Ganesh   West Africa is now home to the largest ever epidemic of Ebola virus disease. The first cases were reported in March 2014, and it has now become the disease’s largest and most complex outbreak, with over 10,000 people infected and nearly 6,113 deaths. […]

 

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Addressing Global Energy Demand in North America

Addressing Global Energy Demand in North America

Maria Landa   By 2030, global energy demand will increase by 41 percent due to rapid population and economic growth. Between 2012 and 2035, global population is projected to grow by 1.7 billion and real (or inflation-adjusted) income will more than double. In order to promote more energy efficient activities […]

 
 

New York, Pittsburgh, and Out of Network Care in 2015

New York, Pittsburgh, and Out of Network Care in 2015

View image | gettyimages.com Daniel B. Shulkin   What will 2015 bring in healthcare? Judith Roman, CEO of the managed care company Ameri-Health, together with several other prominent healthcare executives, predict that 2015 will bring further consolidation of healthcare organizations as hospitals struggle to remain financially sustainable. Further predictions indicate […]

 
 

Land Rights in Indian Country: If At First You Don’t Succeed…

Land Rights in Indian Country: If At First You Don’t Succeed…

#118594317 / gettyimages.com Stephanie Henning   The United States government has a long, nasty history when it comes to Native Americans’ land rights. From reservations to the Dawes Act to eminent domain, the Federal government has employed Mary Poppins’s Carpetbag-of-Tricks to successfully deprive Indians of access to or legal control […]

 
 

The Ebola Outbreak – A Health System Failure?

The Ebola Outbreak – A Health System Failure?

View image | gettyimages.com Priyanka Ganesh   West Africa is now home to the largest ever epidemic of Ebola virus disease. The first cases were reported in March 2014, and it has now become the disease’s largest and most complex outbreak, with over 10,000 people infected and nearly 6,113 deaths. […]

 
 

Is it time to start paying for organs?

Is it time to start paying for organs?

View image | gettyimages.com Jessica Nagro   As of November 25, 2014, there were 123,959 individuals in the U.S. waiting for a lifesaving organ, a staggering figure compared to the 9,512 organ transplants conducted so far this year. Clearly, society is not doing enough to close the gap between those […]

 
 

Obamacare: Politics Unseating Policy

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The Absence of Diversity in Law: The Solution

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Why We Need the Humane Cosmetics Act

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Dear Higher Ed: Why We Need to Move from Diversity to Social Justice

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A New Approach to the Homelessness Crisis in New York City

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#86362856 / gettyimages.com   Kristy Brown & Liz Casey   On November 19th, 2014, the New York City Department of Homeless Services (DHS) shelter census reported a little over 58,000 people experiencing homelessness–which includes over 12,000 families with children and 11,000 single adults. These numbers are representative of the homelessness […]