Monthly Archives: August 2018

An engineer, an economist, and an ecomodernist walk into a bar and order a free lunch . . .

by Stan Cox, climateandcapitalism.com July 30, 2018 08:25 AM Billions of people around the world need more energy than they can afford, while [m]illions of others can afford to buy far more energy than is required to meet their [basic] … Continue reading

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HOW TO LOSE AN EARTH IN 10 YEARS

By Shannon Osaka – Grist, via Other News, Rome, 2 August 201) A 66-page New York Times Magazine with only a single article on climate change written by Nathaniel Rich and titled “Losing Earth,” is online now and makes for … Continue reading

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The Entropy Wars: Five Financial Uncertainties of 2018 (So Far) By Nomi Prins

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, entropy is “a process of degradation or running down or a trend to disorder.” With that in mind, perhaps the best way to predict President Trump’s next action is just to focus on the path … Continue reading

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