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ITUC OnLine: Campaign on Peace and Abolition of Nuclear Weapons launch on the eve of the NPT Conference

INTERNATIONAL TRADE UNION CONFEDERATION (ITUC) ITUC OnLine 125/030809 Campaign on Peace and Abolition of Nuclear Weapons launch on the eve of the NPT Conference Brussels, august 2009 (ITUC OnLine): The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) and Mayors for Peace are launching today an international campaign on peace and the [...]

Elise Boulding becomes NPA Honorary Chair

Posted June 19, 2009 Elise Boulding, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Dartmouth College and co-founder and former Secretary General of the International Peace Research Association, has accepted the position as Honorary Chair of the National Peace Academy Advisory Board. Read more...

Medical Experts Prescribe Legislation to Help Prevent Cancer

CHICAGO, IL, June 15, 2009 -- /WORLD-WIRE/ -- A report on the Obama Cancer Plan to key Congressional Committees was released today by national experts on the causes and prevention of cancer. The report recommends that Congress enact legislative reforms to the 1971 National Cancer Act, including a statement that it is the national policy of the [...]

Greentech Media: Whole Foods and Safeway School Solar, While Coke Enters Energy Management

Posted June 17, 2009 According to Whole Foods and Safeway, solar companies need to up their knowledge of potential solar customers. Hara Software must have had that information when it pitched to Coca-Cola. Read more...

Brief on sustainable agriculture issued by UN-Division for Sustainable Development

Posted June 16, 2009 A recent Brief that takes stock on sustainable agriculture and land management practices , with a focus on developing countries. Written by 2 researchers from the University of Gothenburg. Click here to download (PDF) Spencer's Mountain movies The Cake Eaters The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond hd Train release Premonition [...]

MEA Bulletin – Issue No. 71

IISD RS is pleased to announce that the newest issue of MEA Bulletin is now available. To access the 71st issue directly, visit: http://www.iisd.ca/mea-l/meabulletin71.pdf My West (Gunslinger's Revenge) buy Lost Boys: The Tribe film Asterix and the Vikings the movie Charlie Chan at the Circus ipod I Love You, Beth Cooper full .  To read past [...]

Affluenza: the dangerous worldwide pandemic

.!. Harper rip .!.Posted June 14, 2009 by Watwood Monkeezdu Brand names, corporate logos, behavioral patterns, entrainment of the masses by corporate media - these are the components of a virus that is now driving cultural behavior worldwide, but precious remaining resources necessary for survival are being decimated. The consumerism meme [...]

EFP Online News – Airlines promise carbon cap, EU slams Japan's climate target

Online News 11 June Nominations open for Environmental Finance annual awards Public sector must lead way on climate finance – China The Omen movies 11 June: Governments from developed countries must lead the way on finance for climate change adaptation, mitigation and technology transfer, said a negotiator for China today at UN climate [...]

From a Failed Growth Economy to a Steady-State Economy

EDITOR'S NOTE: Herman E. Daly (1938-) is an American economist recognized as one of the founders of the field of ecological economics and as an eloquent critic of standard economic growth theory.  He has worked for decades in proposing a steady state economy, and has argued that polices were needed to guide society towards a constant population, [...]

When Market Incentives Lead to Bad Outcomes

.!.Posted: 31 May 2009 12:00 PM PDT One of our readers recommended a fascinating and important article on health care economics, “The Cost Conundrum,” in The New Yorker. It’s by Atul Gawande, a surgeon and a professor of public health and surgery at Harvard. (more…)

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