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WRI prides itself on making big ideas happen. For the past three decades, we’ve used rigorous research as a basis for creating positive change on the ground. The result is dozens of outcomes in cities, regions and countries around the world.  This year was no exception. Check out our Top 10 Outcomes of 2014.

WRI prides itself on making big ideas happen. For the past three decades, we’ve used rigorous research as a basis for creating positive change on the ground. The result is dozens of outcomes in cities, regions and countries around the world. This year was no exception. Check out our Top 10 Outcomes of 2014.

"They thought that the bullets would silence us, but they failed," she said. "And then, out of that silence came thousands of voices.". What a proud moment.

Gordon Brown: Malala's U.N. speech is just the beginning - CNN.com

"They thought that the bullets would silence us, but they failed," she said. "And then, out of that silence came thousands of voices.". What a proud moment.

Via http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/the-ten-dumbest-things-ever-said-about-abortion-and-womens-rights-20130715

The 10 Dumbest Things Ever Said About Abortion and Women's Rights

Via http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/the-ten-dumbest-things-ever-said-about-abortion-and-womens-rights-20130715

Woman filling up water jug from well - WATER

Woman filling up water jug from well - WATER

Micro-forestry provides a way to re-green the land and provide a profit to poor families at the same time.

How A 20-Something Persuaded Thousands Of Kenyan Farmers To Save Their Land By Growing Trees

Micro-forestry provides a way to re-green the land and provide a profit to poor families at the same time.

Why Cities are the Solution to Climate Change: Q&A with Ani Dasgupta.  The ‘smart city’ has become quite a buzzword, but there’s still not enough clarity around what it means for a city to be truly smart.

Why Cities are the Solution to Climate Change: Q&A with Ani Dasgupta. The ‘smart city’ has become quite a buzzword, but there’s still not enough clarity around what it means for a city to be truly smart.

"Survival" highlights issues of water storage and infrastructure in Africa, where 345 million people don't have easy access to this life-giving resource.

Stunning photos show Africa through African eyes

"Survival" highlights issues of water storage and infrastructure in Africa, where 345 million people don't have easy access to this life-giving resource.

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