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When Cities Say No to Fossil Fuel Investment

Imagine if a city like New York City decided to get rid of  five billion US dollars of fossil fuel related stocks in their $189 billion dollar pension fund that pays to retired city workers and school teachers.    244 more words

Infrastructure

Back to the Bridge~ Liberals Suppressed Report on Twinning the Massey Tunnel

The Delta Optimist  has published a  letter that really should have  been their big headline. But never mind~Price Tags Vancouver will do it. We all remember the defeated Liberal government’s bandying around of the proposed multi-billion overbuilt Massey Bridge which would have provided ten lanes on the bridge and led to the industrialization of that part of the Fraser River. 523 more words

Infrastructure

Actualización del Gas

Esta es la tercera de una serie de entradas para actualizar la situación del gas en Colombia en el último año. La primera entrada fue una… 474 more words

Peak Oil

Speculation Fever: The Alchemy of Making Money from Money

In a word, the great speculating fever which breaks out every now and then in the country, had raged to an alarming degree, and everybody was dreaming of making sudden fortunes from nothing. 5,469 more words

Act II: Free-Market Folly: Why Economics Is Not A Science

China Enforces Standards for Auto Emissions

In a pretty dramatic move to halt air pollution, The New York Times reports on China boldly ceasing the production of car models in China that do not meet fuel economy standards for the country. 291 more words

Sustainability

A Cruise up the Yangtze River - The Three Gorges Dam

Exhausted by the long train journey from Shanghai to Yichang, we barely registered our late arrival on board the river cruiser ‘President Number Six’, except to note with relief that we had our promised balcony. 1,067 more words

Adventure

5 Issues to Unify Us in the Divide and Conquer Era of Trump

Phillip Schneider, Staff Writer
Waking Times

Over the past few years, there has been an explosion in awareness like never seen before. Worldviews have shifted dramatically and key issues have come into the spotlight which would have never met such a great audience just a decade ago, such as… 1,632 more words

Phillip Schneider