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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | Not in Having but in Giving

Not in Having but in Giving

Even as the best in us remembers how much we have to be thankful for, Thanksgiving is a reminder ethical elevation is not in having but in giving. Having thanks for our life can make a difference in our life. Giving thanks can make more than just a difference; it can make a just difference. And a just difference can make all the difference. Knowing we have a great life…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | First World vs Third World Concerns

First World vs Third World Concerns

A wealthy Englishman once remarked: “I find it easier to be a member of a club than of the human race because the bylaws are shorter, and I know all the members personally.” Groucho Marx once quipped, “I’ve been rich, and I’ve been poor, and rich is better.” The problem is that all of us have problems. But we all have different problems. And many of us like to think…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | Paul Paz y Miño is Fighting for Unethical Energy Drilling

Paul Paz y Miño is Fighting for Unethical Energy Drilling

Many times we tend to think of environmental issues as local, but there are many battles being fought throughout our world for the environment. Here is a story about a cause leader in Peru fighting against unethical energy drilling in an article from Causes: Cause Leader Paul Paz y Miño and the Achuar Community of Peru Posted May 18, 2012 by Alejandro De La Cruz The Achuar traveled to Canada last…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | Jonathan Hsu is Making a Difference with Recyclebank

Jonathan Hsu is Making a Difference with Recyclebank

Recycling has become more and more mainstream over the past several years with consumers, but businesses have been slow to catch on, Jonathan Hsu from Recyclebank is changing that in this article from GOOD: Figures of Progress: Jonathan Hsu, CEO of Recyclebank GOOD and IBM have teamed up to bring you Figures of Progress, our new platform that explores the different ways that information has revolutionized our world. Through videos, story…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | Why Parks and Open Space Matter

Why Parks and Open Space Matter

Do you think there is a difference between a child that grows up near a park and one that grows up in a pure urban environment? Policy Link recently highlighted a case study on the impact of open space in urban developments: The City Project: Building a New Green Urban Movement Selected case study from Why Place and Race Matter Nearly two-thirds of the children who live in Los Angeles County…

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