1. Energy poverty isn’t about climate change. It’s about powering innovation in energy distribution.
By Jigar Shah in LinkedIn
2. With the investigation in Ferguson, the U.S. Department of Justice has an opportunity to revive its poor civil rights record.
By Michael Selmi in Politico
3. Young people aren’t getting enough sleep, which can lead to poor academic performance, depression and worse. We should start school days later.
By Jessica Lahey in the Atlantic
4. In the Internet age, we must enact new laws protecting sexual privacy.
By Mary Anne Franks in Brookings Institution
5. Tunisia – where the Arab Spring began – is a working model of a post-revolutionary Arab state. The world should take notice.
By by the Editorial Board of the Christian Science Monitor
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