By The Aspen Institute
February 24, 2016
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1. This is why we don’t fix anything anymore.

By Marc Sollinger in the Innovation Hub

2. Here’s how forest loss is triggering a surge in human disease.

By Jim Robbins in Yale Environment 360

3. The U.S. did a lot to win hearts and minds in Afghanistan, but it couldn’t beat opium.

By Alfred McCoy in War is Boring

4. Business Improvement Districts — BIDs — make neighborhoods less equal and less diverse.

By Max Rivlin-Nadler in the New Republic

5. Would bench seating make air travel better — or much worse?

By Daisy Carrington at CNN

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