While researching and writing this article, I used several of the journalism resources offered by Solutions Journalism Network. The network trains journalists to cover how people are responding to problems, in addition to covering the problem itself. The goal isn’t to provide “feel-good” material, but to responsibly and accurately report the many ways people and institutions are trying to solve problems—successful or not. If you write about responses to problems, whether as a journalist, analyst, etc. I recommend their training materials.