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12 million illegals Didn't they trespass? Well they broke a federal law right ?

NaturalNews) The Bundy Ranch standoff is the true story of American history that the mainstream media doesn’t want you to see. If such an event had happened in Ukraine, or Russia, or China, it would have received front-page coverage across the entire U.S. 1,363 more words

Police State

Agenda 21 For Dummies

“Sustainable Development has become the popularized expression for Agenda 21″


About that home you own – NOT. You only have Property Rights. The Bundy’s don’t own their land either. 59 more words


From cocoa pod to chocolate bar: stages of production - in pictures

Follow the stages of production for cocoa farmers, and the challenges and wider involvement of whole communities in this article from London’s Guardian. Here is a brief excerpt. 167 more words


The 2014 World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty


The 2014 World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty was nothing short of a resounding success. 1,180 more words

Caribbean Charisma Features

Development: Western vs Eastern

I am studying development at the moment, and lucky to have studied communications to have them interlinked. As I study through development, I do come across literature which seems to suggest the ignorance on the part of western aid agencies while implementing their developmental projects. 458 more words

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UNEP Reports Confirms Investments Decrease for Renewable Energy - But It’s Not All Bad News

Things are looking good as we head into 2015, the first year of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Economies in low and middle-income countries are growing faster than most high income nations as they step away from international aid, donor funds and government subsidies, child mortality rates and other important health markers are improving, and pollution controls are rising while air pollution – such as CO2 emissions- is decreasing. 763 more words

Sustainable Development

Sustainable Development and Natural Resources - Fiinovation

Over the last three decades we have seen the world’s population rise up to 7 billion putting lot of pressure on the earth’s natural resources. Political stability and good international relations have lead to higher growth but at the cost of destruction of natural resources that are useful to man in technological, economical and social circumstances. 392 more words