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New research into how solar mini-grids could change lives for farmers in Ethiopia, and why that matters for the climate Listen to the podcast
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Climate Change Solutions Series 4: How upgrading stoves for people in the developing world could improve lives and fight climate Listen to the podcast
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Climate Change Solutions Series 3: Can we find a better way to raise animals as food and help the planet Listen to the podcast
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Climate Change Solutions Series 2: how to get the best bang for our buck when it comes to solar incentives. Listen to the podcast
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Climate Change Solutions Series 1: Research from Colombia, Africa and China illustrates how economics can help slow deforestation and combat Listen to the podcast
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Big Tech Series 3: Large technology companies are so powerful they now threaten democracy. They are too big to sue, Listen to the podcast
Big Tech Series 2: Very large technology companies fit into a special technology category called “platforms.” They are so big Listen to the podcast
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This episode is the first of a three-part series, Defending Democracy (and Us!) from Big Tech. The series is produced Listen to the podcast
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New season of the Ways & Means podcast features a three-part series, Defending Democracy (and Us!) from Big Tech. Series Listen to the podcast
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Arc of Justice series finale. The U.S. government and governments of other countries have paid reparations to a wide range Listen to the podcast
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Arc of Justice series episode 5: Throughout the nation's history, promising signs of Black American progress have been shattered by Listen to the podcast
Arc of Justice series episode 4: Time and again, the route to upward mobility in American society has been blocked Listen to the podcast
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Arc of Justice series episode 3: Home ownership played an important role in how many Americans built wealth in the Listen to the podcast
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Arc of Justice series episode 2: A tale of two promises made by the government — one kept, one broken Listen to the podcast
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Arc of Justice series episode 1: It hasn't been very long at all since we were one nation under slavery. Listen to the podcast
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The ARC of Justice: From Here to Equality The Ways & Means podcast series ARC of Justice responds to the Listen to the podcast
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The Ways & Means podcast​ team hosted the live Climate Whistleblowers event as a part of Duke Energy Week 2020. Listen to the podcast
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The question of whether and how to compensate descendants of people formerly enslaved in the United States has hung over Listen to the podcast
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What makes a great leader during a deeply divided time? And what can we learn from one of the most Listen to the podcast
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A look at why local news is struggling, why that matters for democracy and what can be done about it. Listen to the podcast
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On this episode of Ways and Means we ask – how did the gun control movement become a force in Listen to the podcast
There’s a big gap between young Americans’ intention to vote and the chance that they will actually do it. In Listen to the podcast
Research into how government-funded afterschool programs for poor families are empowering politically motivated parents. Features Chicago and Durham, NC programs. Listen to the podcast
Ways & Means podcast Election 2020 new season. bonus episodes: coversations with Polis Research director Deondra Rose
Season 5 of Ways & Means is dedicated to issues in U.S. politics, civic life and hot topics in the Listen to the podcast
New research into how to best help children control themselves in the classroom. Listen to the podcast
We go inside an innovative, free public program that helps new moms and dads adjust to life with a newborn. Listen to the podcast
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Who will take the hardest hit financially as the world heats up, and can anything be done about it? Listen to the podcast
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A research team from Duke University treks into the Himalayas to investigate why a promising way to deliver electricity to Listen to the podcast
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Using behavioral economics to nudge commuters into leaving their cars behind. Listen to the podcast
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Explore new research into how to overcome partisanship when it comes to belief about climate change. Listen to the podcast