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#4: 10 billion trees in Pakistan, Congo’s children swap mining for education, free pianos for St. Louis children

#4: 10 billion trees in Pakistan, Congo’s children swap mining for education, free pianos for St. Louis children Pakistan, trees

In our third episode, we’re talking about the prospect of a global minimum tax rate, a Dutch farmer who invented a unique “pig toilet”, and a movement among young people in China who are highlighting the need for a lifestyle change by “lying flat”.

Transforming the lives of beggars, free birth control under 25 in France, de-policing university campus

Transforming the lives of beggars, free birth control under 25 in France, de-policing university campus Beggar in India

In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re talking about how a development project in the Indian state of Rajasthan is helping to reinstate beggars, France’s decision to provide free contraception for young women, and how students and staff of the University of California are trying to abolish campus policing.