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International Development: 1) Foreign Policy: Five Population Trends to Watch. 2) The Ecologist: Behind the Eco Labels. 3) Guardian: Can science really save the world? 4) San Francisco Bay Guardian: Bjørn Lomborg tells climate-change worrywarts to chillax in Cool It. 5) AlterNet: The authors of the new book Break Through argue that scaring people with …

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International Development: 1) Foreign Policy: Why Climate Change Can’t Be Stopped. 2) Asia Sentinel: Slum tourism is a way for travelers to taste the exotica of squalor. 3) BusinessWeek: How basic cell phones are sparking economic hope and growth in emerging – and even non-emerging – nations. 4) Campus Progress: The Top 100 Effects of …

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International Development: 1) How to Change the World: Social Entrepreneurship: Ten Questions with David Bornstein. 2) Foreign Affairs: Smart Samaritans. 3) Joseph Stiglitz on The Malaysian Miracle. 4) The New York Times: One Answer to Global Warming: A New Tax. 5) The Toronto Star: An increasing number of Canadian activists are blending tourism with aggressive …