Each week we round-up the news you need to know about humane issues, from human rights and environmental preservation, to animal protection, to media and culture, to activism, education, and changemaking.
Study shows TV time in toddlers correlates with lack of fitness later (via Education Week) (7/16/12)
"Brazilian city offers vegetables in exchange for trash" (via Treehugger) (7/16/12)
"What your trash reveals about the world economy" (via Mother Jones) (7/16/12)
"America's new business model: sharing" (via USA Today) (7/15/12)
The connection between disease outbreaks & our destruction of nature (via NY Times) (7/14/12)
"How cheap fashion is changing the way we shop" (via GOOD) (7/13/12)
U.S. scores rock bottom on 2012 Greendex survey (via Grist) (7/13/12)
Study: children with disabilities "four times as likely to experience violence" (via Education Week) (7/12/12)
"Illegal ivory bust shows growing U.S. appetite for elephant tusks" (via Wired) (7/12/12)
"Texas judge rules atmosphere, air to be protected like water, may aid climate change lawsuits" (via Washington Post) (7/11/12)
Poll: U.S. confidence in T.V. news drops to new low (via Gallup) (7/10/12)
Survey shows shady ethics on Wall Street (via LA Times) (7/10/12)
"Charity condemns tourists' use of fresh water in developing countries" (via The Guardian) (7/8/12)
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