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Cities are now the epicenter of corporate trade and globalized commerce. They serve as centralized hubs for industrial capitalism. And as economic globalization increasingly leaches into all corners of civilization, it becomes harder, especially if you live in the Third World, to make a viable living in rural life. We…
Cities are now the epicenter of corporate trade and globalized commerce. They serve as centralized hubs for industrial capitalism. And as economic globalization increasingly leaches into all corners of civilization, it becomes harder, especially if you live in the Third World, to make a viable living in rural life. We…
Astonishingly, every time you go into your local hydroponics store and look at nutrient companies' product labels you’re being robbed of the truth and being forced to make a decision with incomplete information you would need to make the right choice. That’s right, you don’t have the right to know…
A survey issued in March 2010 by Gallup found that almost half of all Americans do not believe that humans are the cause of global warming. And this number seems to be rising – from 33 percent in 2003. The public is becoming increasingly skeptical of anthropogenic global warming (AGW)…
Unemployment in America, if you count those who have given up searching for work and those who need full-time work but can only find part-time employment, is not 9 percent ‒ it’s around 20 percent. The real economy, often called Main Street, has not recovered from the 2008 financial collapse.…
It is very easy to get bogged down in the stark reports of climate change. The news really is grim. But more important than investigating the consequences of environmental destruction and pollution is knowing how to best reduce your personal footprint. This is not always easy. We are dependent upon…
As the science of climate change advances, an unavoidable reality becomes increasingly clear: we are living on the threshold of an ominous age. You only have to follow James Hansen’s reports or read Clive Hamilton’s “Requiem for a Species” to understand the gravity of our collective situation. Temperatures are increasing,…
As the post-tsunami aftermath continues to unfold following the earthquake that devastated Japan, people on the west coast of North America find themselves increasingly concerned about radiation contamination floating across the Pacific Ocean. Mildly elevated radiation levels have been reported in California, leading consumers from Alaska to San Diego to…
There are always prophesies about the world ending - remember people stockpiling supplies for Y2K or readying themselves for the Rapture in 2007? What are the latest apocalyptic theories - and when can we expect the mothership to return and take us all home?
While revolution and chaos sweeps through Islamic Africa in 2011, the world trains its eye to the continent’s north. Tunisia’s revolution came first, with the populace ousting authoritarian ruler President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. Egypt was next, with citizens opposing the repressive rule of autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Now Libya…

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