Paul Farmer's Vision for Health
Humanitarian doctor Paul Farmer explains how global health is rooted in community.
Cyber College: Innovative or Detrimental?
Should college include more digital learning, like Coursera? Kara Miller asks Andrew Delbanco, a professor of American Studies atColumbia and author of “College: What It Was, Is, and Should Be,” Daphne Koller, a professor at Stanford and co-founder of Coursera, and Prateek Tandon, an economist at the World Bank.
Can We Un-Corrupt Congress?
Lawrence Lessig discusses his book, "Republic Lost," and lays out a plan for revolutionizing our political system.
Turning Business Into Good, Part 1
We talk to entrepreneurs whose companies are running online auctions for charities, selling shoes to make money for clinics and educational initiatives and helping finance small businesses and funding socially-conscious organizations.
Understanding Social Enterprise
We talk to experts about the rising tide of social entrepreneurship. Does it have the power to address some of the fundamental problems in society?
Cars That Fly, Fold Up And Drive Us Forward
How can we adapt cars to a world that's rapidly industrializing, urbanizing, and straining to meet its energy needs?
In recent years, cities have begun to lure suburbanites back after the exodus out of cities in the middle of the 20th century. We explore remaking urban living, including tackling the problem of underserved communities.
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