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81 at 60 and it feels so good...

Every now and then, especially once you pass the age of 60, you challenge yourself to do something you did in your carefree youth, just to see if you still can and if the deed lives up to the memory. 922 more words

Georgia's tab for latest water wars litigation: $4M and rising

Georgia’s leaders warned taxpayers to brace for a more expensive legal battle over water. We now have our first glimpse of exactly how much it will cost. 203 more words

Nathan Deal

AAP Victory and the Challenges of a New Politics

Let me say it once again, the AAP victory cannot be understood outside the post-ideological moment. I have argued earlier on Kafila (here and… 3,095 more words


A Historic Drought Grips Brazil's Economic Capital

Brazil's Atibainha river dam is shown here in December 2014. It is part of Sao Paulo's system of dams, which supplies about half the water to the metropolitan region of 20 million people and is now at historic lows. 788 more words
In Weekly News

This would make for great fiction...

Global food poisoning? Yes, We’re maxing out. Forget Peak Oil. We’re maxing-out on Peak Food. Billions go hungry. We’re poisoning our future, That’s why Cargill, America’s largest private food company, is warning us: about water, seeds, fertilizers, diseases, pesticides, droughts. 250 more words


WATER WARS and Water Crimes


As producer Michael Braverman announced, what was once an episode just dealing with schemes to profit off the Great Lakes has now expanded into a startling exposé of the dangerous toxins being added to our water by design. 279 more words