NPQ’s Week in Review | September 26 – September 30, 2011

Last week, NPQ covered new calls to rein in Wall Street speculation while raising revenue. We reported on nonprofits finding new and innovative crowdsourcing methods to gether info about crumbling infrastructure or generate ideas to stem water pollution. And we met a couple of teenage girls who have successfully taken their anti-palm-oil campaign all the way to the top of the Girl Scouts’ cookie-selling operation. All this and more in NPQ’s Week in Review.

NPQ’s Week in Review | September 19 – September 23, 2011

Last week, NPQ covered a disturbing story out of a Johns Hopkins-affiliated research institute regarding the deliberate exposure of children to lead dust, a more uplifting example of taking lemons and making “lemon-aid” provided by an Oregon chapter of Habitat for Humanity, and President Obama’s new proposal to implement the “Buffett Rule” to insure that investment managers and others making more than $1 million per year pay a higher tax rate than middle-class families. All this and more in NPQ’s Week in Review.