Monthly Archives: May 2013

So Here’s Another Path to Greater Environmental Sustainability . . . .

The 21st century will require major institutional change to create great sustainability in the face of greater stressors from 9 to 10 billion earthlings. This new book by Amy Larkin , to be released June 25th, may be a guide … Continue reading

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Thanks to Both Congress and the Executive, the Sequester Now Reigns

from the Washington Post: The Washington Post As red ink recedes, pressure fades for budget deal After four years of trillion-dollar deficits, the red ink is receding rapidly in Washington, easing pressure on policymakers but shattering hopes for a summertime … Continue reading

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Wonder what this looks like for the insular Caribbean

from the Economist: Focus Development finance in Africa May 7th 2013, 14:43 by NOT long ago, the lion’s share of official aid to poor countries was provided by rich Western governments that carefully report what they give and to … Continue reading

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Chilling Chapter from Excellent Pew Study of Muslim Attitudes

This is one chapter of a larger study, accessible at <; The whole report can be downloaded at <; pewforum.orgTopicsReligious AffiliationMuslim The World’s Muslims: Religion, Politics and Society POLL April 30, 2013 Print Email Share AAAText Size Chapter 1: Beliefs … Continue reading

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