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The Fate of the Earth

The lives of billions of people, for centuries to come, will be at stake when world leaders and government negotiators meet at the United Nations Climate Change Conference… 961 more words


The Climate Talks in Paris Might Actually Work This Time

United Nations climate talks set to begin in Paris next week promise to produce a landmark deal that has eluded diplomats for more than two decades.  42 more words

United States

TED@UPS: I am the Donation


When Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance, approached my employer to ask for support, it probably expected help in one of two forms: either direct funding in the form of a check or a donation of goods or services. 178 more words

Global Economy

One for the Books

He was a friend of Nelson Mandela. He helped Martin Luther King, Jr.’s widow bring her husband’s body home. He was a businessman and held a senior position in the Nixon White House. 1,885 more words


Oil and Water - Leadership and Jealousy

Jealousy is often defined as being envious or resentful of the good fortune or achievements of another. It has commandeered a many soul into sabotaging the progress, success, and health of families, business, and nations. 540 more words


U.S. Spends $300 Mil on Stoves for Developing Nations

From Judicial Watch, Oct 2015

The U.S. government has spent over $300 million on “efficient cook stoves” for developing nations and the federal employee behind the costly initiative just got a prestigious award that’s supposed to honor those “whose work makes our country better, healthier and stronger.” 574 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence