Can “The Age of Empathy” help us achieve rules change?

British-based philosopher and sociologist Roman Krznaric advises Oxfam and the United Nations on the nature of “empathy,” and in a blog-essay “Six Habits of Highly Empathetic People” he provides some ...

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Politically independent college students favor structural reforms to reduce partisanship, N.C. poll finds

If the opinions of a sample of U.S. college students are to be trusted, American politics will need to become decidedly less partisan in the decades ahead.   That’s according to ...

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RC-DC will feature responsible ‘hackathon’ to gather corporate social and environmental performance data

A new effort to make open — and free to the public — environmental, social and governance records of U.S. and global corporations will launch at Rules Change-The DC Gathering. ...

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