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By connecting finance to tech, contactless payments risk increasing income inequality (Guardian)
29 march 2016
One-Stop Shop For Social Services Makes Benefits More Accessible
1 july 2014
Single Stop USA is creating software that will help people conduct self-screenings to check the programs and resources they are eligible for.
Non-Profit Helps The Poor Barter For Goods With Foraged Waste
6 january 2014
Plastic Bank guides people in developing nations into entrepreneurship through sustainable efforts.
What Is The ‘Affluenza’ Excuse For Justice Inequality?
31 december 2013
Ethan Couch's case highlights how only a slim percentage of convicted youths in the U.S. get sentences they deserve.
Public Boneyard Calls Attention To Ongoing Genocides [Pics]
17 june 2013
A handcrafted mass grave was set up at the National Mall in the country's capital.
Houses In Bolivia Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles [Video]
12 february 2013
Al Jazeera's 'Garbage Homes' looks at one woman's mission to provide housing to people living below the poverty line.
Why Is Horse Meat Ending Up In Burgers?
25 january 2013
Is the drive to produce the cheapest food possible leading to serious corner cutting?
PSFK Gift Of The Day: Jewelry Made From Landmine Shrapnel
9 december 2012
Saught creates products from unexploded bombs to support sustainability in post-conflict countries.
National Geographic & Coca-Cola Film A Positive Vision Of The World
18 november 2012
FIlmakers sponsored to document stories of real life heroes who are making the world a better place.
Fifteen Ideas Transforming Life In Africa
29 august 2012
From a mobile phone database for dairy farmers to a strain of sweet potato that can help fight child blindness, imaginative ideas that are tackling old problems.
A Timeline Of America’s Richest Cities Over 40 Years [Headlines]
29 june 2012
The contemporary history of the U.S. economy is really a story about its urban centers.
Does Fairtrade Really Mean Fair Conditions For Workers? [Headlines]
29 may 2012
90-95% of workers in the Dominican Republic's booming banana export business are illegal Haitian workers, underpaid and forced to live in slums.
Why Heritage Companies Are Looking To New Mediums To Tell Brand Stories
Building Advertising’s New Layers Of Digital Engagement
How Chatbots Can Personalize A Brand's Customer Experience
This Arcade-style Gym Makes Us Want To Exercise
How Good Design Can Make You Eat Better
This Supersonic Hair Dryer Runs Completely Silently
Digital Nomads Are Embracing 'Pod' Living in this LA Co-Working Space
3D-Printed Cheese Wants To Offer Healthier Alternative To Cheese Lovers
Bus Turned Food Market Feeds Residents In Toronto Food Deserts
How Wearable Tech Can Be Used for Social Good
The Future of Cars Isn't Just Automated, It's 3D-Printed