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Is Oil Going Back to 50?

Is Oil Going Back to 50?

By Chris Nelder | Wednesday, October 29th, 2008 Is oil going back to $50? And what does the price of oil, now in the low $60s, portend for future production? Those have been the foremost questions in my mind lately, and I hope to give you some reasonable answers by the end of this article. But before we get to that, we're going to have to take [...]

Hazel Henderson Update – And we all thought banks had money

Wisdom from our Advisory Board member, Terry Mollner,Ed.D. a founder of the Calvert group : Wall Street and Love Alan Greenspan, the most respected figure and main financial architect of the Reagan Revolution (“no government is good government”) just admitted before Congress that there was a major “flaw,” to use his word, in his lifetime [...]

Earth Policy News – The Flawed Economics of Nuclear Power

Earth Policy Institute Plan B Update October 28, 2008 THE FLAWED ECONOMICS OF NUCLEAR POWER http://www.earthpolicy.org/Updates/2008/Update78.htm Lester R. Brown Over the last few years the nuclear industry has used concerns about climate change to argue for a nuclear revival. (more…)

For executives, anticipating external changes is even more important when times are tough

For executives, anticipating external changes is even more important when times are tough, says Economist Intelligence Unit. (more…)

Integrity in Science Watch – Oct. 27, 2008

Advisors’ Biz Ties Fuel Nuke Reprocessing Policy The Department of Energy – with strong backing from an outside advisory panel dominated by scientists with ties to the nuclear power industry – recently released a draft environmental impact statement that wholeheartedly endorsed stepped up the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel, which [...]

Technology will significantly reshape higher education over the next 5 years, global survey reveals

PRESS RELEASE Technology will significantly reshape higher education over the next 5 years, global survey reveals. (more…)

Environment News Service

The Most Potent Unknown Greenhouse Gas Revealed SAN DIEGO, California, October 24, 2008 (ENS) - A gas used in manufacture of flat panel televisions, computer displays, microcircuits, and thin-film solar panels is 17,000 times more potent a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide, and it is far more prevalent in the atmosphere than previously [...]

Dethroning The Dollar

The dollar’s decline can lead to confusion. A more international monetary system is required JAMES ROBERTSON 26 Sep 2008 “Adapt the financial sector to compete successfully in global markets.” The 2007 Mistry Report makes a sensible response to globalisation. At least for some years ahead, profits from international financial services [...]

Advice from our Advisory Board member, Robert A.G. Monks

These are most interesting times in the United States as many tectonic plates are moving simultaneously if not in coordinated patterns. The hegemony of the CEO in the United States, which I have chronicled most recently in CORPOCRACY, has elicited sharp confrontation due to the collapse of financial institutions and the pendency of a [...]

Fuel Efficiency Reigns As Gas Prices Fall

By Jeff Siegel | Tuesday, October 21st, 2008 As gas prices tumble, some investors are beginning to question whether or not the momentum behind fuel-efficient vehicle production can remain strong. After all, at $2.00 a gallon, how many folks would really be willing to shell out an extra $10,000 or so for better fuel economy? So are these latest [...]

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