The intertwined challenges that many people face might be addressed more effectively together than separately.
In Australia, China and elsewhere, scientists are fighting disease-carrying mosquitoes by introducing another type, carrying just a harmless form of bacteria.
Often neglected, these considerations can guide you to increased confidence in your charitable choices.
Even during a year of division and fear of the future in many corners of America, the Fixes column found people trying to make things better — and succeeding.
Educators in a remote valley in India devised a community approach to instructing students when teachers were sparse. It’s catching on.
The giving practices of rich magnates and foundations still suggest a colonial mind-set, the author of a new book argues, as he offers ideas for change.
Malnutrition kills a million of the world’s children a year. To stem that, United Nations agencies and charities are testing a new system for distributing high-nutrition foods more efficiently.
Australia and New Zealand contract with companies to design and manage facilities and reward the companies financially if their prisoners’ recidivism rates fall.
A Mennonite blacksmith, following his beliefs, seeks a path to reducing the impact of gun violence in America.
Deepening political divisions in America are spurring acts of extreme violence. What will it take to regain civil discourse that serves common interests?