You Have $75 Billion To Save the World. How Would You Spend It?
How Better Nutrition Helps Solve Two of the World’s Biggest Problems
Before We Can Teach Poor Children, We Have To Educate Their Parents
War Is a Long, Messy Hell, and We Can Do More To Prevent it
There’s No One Perfect Fix for Climate Change
Can You Slow Climate Change By Making Clouds Whiter?
Will Producing More Food Only Add to the Population Problem?
Saving the Rain Forest Is More Important Than Saving a Cute Endangered Animal
Your Favorite Ideas for Solving the World’s Problems
Better Building Codes and Warning Systems Could Help Poor Countries When Disaster Strikes
Slate Readers Say Family Planning Is the Most Important Investment We Can Make To Help the Poor
How Family-Planning Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa Can Help the Whole World
Your Priorities for Fixing Hunger, Disease, and Sanitation
Engineers Are Developing the Smartphone of Toilets
Tobacco Taxes, Micronutrients, and Better Immunizations: Top Solutions to the World’s Biggest Problems
The Best Solutions for Fighting Infectious Diseases Like Malaria, TB, and AIDS
Do We Really Need To Reduce Salt Consumption?
Heart Disease Kills More People in Poor Countries Than AIDS, Malaria, or TB. Here Is How To Save Lives.
Your Best Ideas for Fixing Hunger
Micronutrients, Increased Food Production, and Access to Cheaper Fertilizer Can Help End Hunger. Which Is Most Important?