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“Have a minute for the environment? C’mon, I know you care about global warming,” says an attractive and bright-eyed Greenpeace campaigner outside a busy London Underground station. My stomach lurches, I timidly shake my head no, divert my path and then—then comes the guilt.

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When a large NGO arrives in a disaster zone to respond to a crisis, one of the first things they need is a set of wheels, but not just any wheels—what works in Kansas City doesn’t work in Khartoum.

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Is Foreign Aid Ready for the iPad Era?

Today an aid worker can test a blood sample or catch counterfeit medication with mobile devices. Too bad the World Bank and USAID can't keep up.

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Haiti One Year Later: Are We Any Better Prepared?

To check in on the reconstruction progress in Haiti, we sat down with scholar and architect Matt Jelacic, an expert in sustainable housing solutions.

To check in on the reconstruction progress in Haiti, we sat down with scholar and architect Matt Jelacic, an expert in sustainable housing solutions for displaced communities at University of Colorado-Boulder.

GOOD: How would you sum up the progress made in the last year?

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