Tag: developed nations


Surprising and disturbing news coming out of China indicates that the nation is having difficulty feeding its growing population. The news is surprising for several reasons. First, China has a one-child rule in place, so the population shouldn’t be rising Read more…


I often mention the fantastic work done by the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE). But where all its recommendations have the world’s best interests at heart, only some of them have a real chance of being immediately implemented. I Read more…


Economic growth is such an established mantra in political and economic circles that it can seem almost outlandish to question it. Tim Jackson not only questions it but affirms we can do better without it. His book Prosperity Without Growth: Read more…


The upcoming climate negotiations in Copenhagen have highlighted an interesting dilemma.  Nations worldwide are trying to shirk their responsibilities around emissions and their economies. So called “developed” nations like the U.S., U.K., and Australia are having a difficult political time Read more…

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