Expanding the AIM Pipeline Near Indian Point, Revisiting Fukushima, the New Face of Philanthropy

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Bangladeshi flood victims use boats laden with their possessions to navigate flooded city streets in Dhaka, 26 July 2004.

Spectra Energy's proposed pipeline expansion poses significant environmental and health risks in our region. How the Alluvium design project sought to save the 14 million people in Dhaka, a city devastated by climate change and monsoons. The Japan Society’s new photography exhibition “In the Wake,” is a collection of responses to Japan's 2011 earthquake and tsunami that triggered a nuclear disaster. On today's Please Explain, how philanthropy is changing, and what this means for non-profits, cultural institutions and charities around the world.