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Make Investing in Resilient, Localized Food System Part of Next Stimulus

If we don’t reform our food system in the next round of stimulus, we might not be ready the next time we face a challenges.

7 Technology Startups Using Science to Create Healthy Meat Alternatives

These lab-grown meats could help us reduce the amount of livestock in the world.

North Dakota Gov. Burgum makes emotional plea on wearing face masks

As protests against coronavirus restrictions continue, North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum made an emotional plea for people not to “mask shame” others who chose to wear them.

If fees for COVID-19 health care can vanish, why not others?

“If we could decide as a nation to change everything so that we could cover COVID testing and care from the first dollar, instead of putting a cost burden on the patient, why can’t we do that for diabetes or maternity care?”

Alabama, North Dakota And South Carolina To Debut Apple And Google’s Covid-19 Contact Tracing

“North Dakota is excited to be among the first states in the nation to utilize the exposure notification technology built by Apple and Google to help keep our citizens safe,” Gov. Doug Burgum said in a statement.

‘Radically Rural’ Summit Moves Online for 2020 –

We do know that because so many things are different now, Radically Rural is even more meaningful.”

Why Purpose-Driven Businesses (B-Corp) Are Faring Better In Covid-19

In the last financial crisis, certified B Corps were 63% more likely to survive than other businesses of similar size.

How Life in Our Cities Will Look After the Coronavirus Pandemic

The pandemic is transforming urban life. We asked 12 leading global experts in urban planning, policy, history, and health for their predictions.

Under Social Distancing, Rural Regions Push For More Broadband

Rural America sees a chance to build out its broadband infrastructure using the momentum of coronavirus federal aid.

Five Changes Facing Public Employees When They Return to the Office – If They Do

After eight weeks of being “safe at home,” getting back to the workplace sounds good — but don’t bet on it.