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Electronic waste from just this year will outweigh the Great Wall of China

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As masses of plaintiffs pursue Roundup cancer compensation, migrant farmworkers are left out

Hampered by fear and deprived of resources, migrant farmworkers are unlikely to come forward and seek restitution.

WATCH: A global fertility crisis

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Ocean plastic pollution

Too much plastic is ending up in the ocean — and making its way back onto our dinner plates.

Understanding poverty and children’s health before natural disasters strike

Preparing for and building back after natural disasters should not be a one-size-fits all approach.

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