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Happy New Year, Worldchangers!


Energy Leapfrogging in Morocco


Radio, Radio


Hotel Rwanda


The America I Wish We'd Been This Week


Fighting Malaria: Nets or Drugs?


Morquendi: The Dark Elf


Disaster-Secure Design


The Architecture for Humanity/WorldChanging Tsunami Reconstruction Appeal


Earthquake Info


Debt Foregiveness for Tsunami Victim Countries


Tsunami Warning Tracker


Reforming Humanitarian Relief


Tsunami's Effects: Man, And The Sea


Restoring Mangroves


Rohit and Dina on The World


Beyond Relief


Satellite Before-and-After


Asteroids, Tsunamis, and Knowing When To Shout


Indian Numbering System


Charity efficiency and transparency ratings


What if there were a tsunami and nobody knew?


The Tsunami Next Time


"How Do I Volunteer as an International Relief Worker in Southeast Asia?"


TSUNAMIS: THE GEOPOLITICAL AFTERMATH


Time for Thought and Analysis


Eyewitness Accounts of the Disaster


"Scientists in USA saw tsunami coming"


Asia Earthquake and Tsunamis: Blogs a platform to make a difference


Reconstruction Fund Update


Tsunami Summary, Day Two


Covering the Asian Tsunami: Will U.S. News Media Do It Right?


"The Biggest Disaster Relief Effort The World Has Ever Seen"


AfH/ Worldchanging Reconstruction Fund -- Please Consider a Donation


Tsunami in Southeast Asia: A Summary Report


Tsunami Animation and Information


Worldchanging responses to the Tsunami Disasters


Wikipedia on the Disaster


True Films 1.0


Surviving the Tidal Wave - A First-Hand Report


Tsunami-Helplines


Kanyakumari Collaborates


Tsunamis in Asia - The Morning After


Peace Art Project Cambodia


Words Without Borders


FEASTA


Itgel and the Future of Mongolian Reindeer Herding


Sumatra Earthquake: largest in 40 years, thousands feared dead


The Week in Green Vehicles


The Cochrane Collaboration: Distributed Evidence Analysis


The Week in Sustainable Business


The Great Warming and The Greening of the Reinsurance Industry


The History of the Media, from 2014


Blogging News


Feedback loops for Fish


"A Green Future Rises From the Sea"


More on German Green Energy


Sustainable Solutions Caravan


More of the Green Latticework


Is the Moment Right to Reinvent Environmentalism?


IDFuel On Sustainable Design


Voyage Into Space


Dale Carrico on the Trouble with Transhumanism


Bogotá and "Cities of Joy"


The Indian Environment 20 Years After Bhopal


The Henya Stove - a Kenyan Solution for a Global Problem


We'd like to thank the Academy, and our Mothers -- We Won an Utne!


Alternative Energy in Germany


Finland: The World's Best School System?


Thomas P.M. Barnett: The Worldchanging Interview


Valmiki's Ramayana in Comics


Metal Rubber


Neural Interfaces


Building to Benefit the Muslim World


Arabization - It's Harder than just Right to Left


Lab for Social Computing


Fashion Bags With Green Integrity


Solar Robots as Ecological Monitors


Grass as a Canvas


Global Voices Online: Hearing One Another is Worldchanging


Connecting the Dots


Energy Leapfrogging


FCX Street Legal


More Holiday Greenery


The Week In Green Design


The Week In Green Vehicles


Chorus Motors partners with Boeing


Worldchanging Holidays


Solar Powered Water Purification


Next Generation Design Competition


Give My Creation... LIFE!


Another story on popular solar


"Adaptability has its limits" -- the Inuits' Right to Existence


Why Leapfrogging Matters


How Do We Know That CO2 Increases Come From Human Activity?


Hybrids and the Future


Rendering DC Irrelevant


Digital Divide Network


Charitable Commerce is Trendy


More Flexible Solar


The Material Future


Want To Use Hydrogen Now?


Stratellites for Wi-Fi


Rural Computing in Peru


Leapfrog 101


Real Climate vs. Fiction Author


Rapid Prototyping Directly in Metal


Personal Fabbing for Pros


The Latest on Brazil


What Will It Take To Make Solar Competitive? Nanotech. And Seven Cents.


Access to Green Design


Mobile Phones for Homebrew Sensors


Profile of California's Emission-Fighting Legislator


"Winning a War for the Disconnected"


DNA Bar Coding


Improvements in Organic Photovoltaics


Lessons From Leapfrog Biotech


WiFi Ambient Device


Ideas 2004


Nanobiosensors


The Week in Green Cars


The Ingenuity Project: Fueling and Feeding the Future


Welcome, Hassan!


This Week in Green Design


Green Power Can Cost the Same as Non-Green


Manifesto for a Better Global Conversation


The Yes Men, Dow Chemical and Bhopal


Sustainability at Harvard


Global Voices Online


Investing in Food, Insuring Against Famine


Fab Art


Middle of the Road Isn't The Safest Place To Be


Real Climate


Digital Green Ribbon Campaign to Save Darfur


Updates on Artificial Life


"Geo-Tourism": The New Eco-Tourism


Beyond Microcredit, Part II


Military Diesel Hybrids in Testing


Maathai's Prize Links Environment to Peace


Diesel vs. Hybrid vs. Gasoline


Personal Fabrication by EMail


A Return to the Age of Sail?


Documenting Street Art


Space age humanitarians


Honda's Number One


Fixing The Power Grid


UN -- bigger, bolder, less corrupt?


New Models of Advocacy, Part XXVII


Venture Capitalists Embrace Open Source Software


Cuba: Biotech Powerhouse


DestinyUSA


Biodegradable Plastic


HSBC -- The First Green Bank?


Hydrogen 101


Ammannet and the Future of Radio


The Week In Green Cars


People Power


Sustainable Food


Europe and Wind


The Media Company I Want to Work For


Is There Really A Climate Change Consensus?


Martian Park Service


Leapfrog Rumors


"Thank You" interactive artworks


WasteMatch


Tackling AIDS and Building Goals in Rural South Africa


Want $5,000 Towards Buying a 45+ MPG Car?


Nanotech and Peak Oil


Event-Based Risk Analysis and Global Warming


More De-Mining Goodness: Rats


Born Into Brothels scoops 2 more documentary awards


Mine Wolf


Missing the Hybrid Moment?


Municipal Emergency Textmobbing


Details on the grid


Carbon Markets Underway


The Rise of Green Building


A Conversation with Dr. James Hughes (part 3 of 3)


We Win One!


Blogging in Iran and China


Green Building in China


India's first e-literate district


Welcome Dina!


A Conversation with Dr. James Hughes (part 2 of 3)


Wired on the Second Superpower


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