Topic: Sustainability

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Slow Money: Land, Local and Language

We first hear from a panel with poet, farmer and author Wendell Berry, Maine Representative Chellie Pingree and Louisville, KY Mayor Greg Fischer. Then, a sessi...   [ continue reading...]

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The truth behind Osborne's devolution "revolution"

Despite the “radical devolution” promised by the chancellor, the Cities and Local Government Devolution Bill wil leave Westminster firmly in control of...   [ continue reading...]

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Where Does Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton Stand on TPP Deal?

Former secretary of state, senator and first lady Hillary Clinton kicked off her White House bid to become the first woman U.S. president by highlighting her su...   [ continue reading...]

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As Democrats Walk Out on Obama's TPP Deal, Where Does Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton Stand?

Former secretary of state, senator and first lady Hillary Clinton kicked off her White House bid to become the first woman U.S. president by highlighting her su...   [ continue reading...]

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Digging deep into Turkish politics: what next for HDP?

Long regarded as the biggest threat to Turkey’s political system and territorial integrity, the Kurds have emerged as the champion of Turkish democracy and pr...   [ continue reading...]

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Liberty

A letter to the EditorIn 2003, we bought our first new car, a Jeep Liberty — we named it “Jean.” At the time it got two or three km / liter (j...   [ continue reading...]

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So What's the Deal with Trader Joe's Red Palm Oil?

Despite multiple phone calls and emails, Trader Joe’s will not disclose its palm oil supplier. Have you noticed the Trader Joe’s Red Palm Oil on display...   [ continue reading...]

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Cotton, Cashmere, Chemicals - What Really Goes Into Making Your Clothes?

The US Federal Trade Commission has something to say about what you wear. While not a fashion arbiter and unable to advise on attire for family gatherings, the...   [ continue reading...]

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What is Reform? The Strange Case of Greece and Europe

AP Photo/Yorgos Karahalis Ruined EU and Greek flags fly in tatters from a flag pole at a beach at Anavissos village, southwest of Athens, on Monday, March...   [ continue reading...]

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There's Nothing Heroic About Stealing Water from the Commons

It’s not every day that someone who steals water from the commons for private use on his large estate gains folk hero status in the sustainability movemen...   [ continue reading...]

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California Is Literally Sinking Into the Ground

This story was originally published by Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting and is republished here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Ca...   [ continue reading...]

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You're Wasting More Food Than You Think

America wastes insane amounts of food. Pretty much everyone knows that. It turns out, however, that hardly anyone thinks they're among those who trash perfectly...   [ continue reading...]

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The Transition Will Not Be Smooth Sailing

It is clear that the transition to a post-capitalist, sustainable economy will not happen overnight, or even in a few years.   [ continue reading...]

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US imperialism's Stamp is All over Chaos around the World

U.S. imperialismby Danny Haiphong U.S. imperialism attempts to forestall its terminal decline by waging war against much of the world. It is an accomplice in al...   [ continue reading...]

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Securing a better future for the oceans and for people

Mamadou Sarr is a 54-year old Senegalese artisanal fisherman who has been working at sea for over 36 years. He entered the profession out of his love for fishin...   [ continue reading...]

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The Prospects for Radical Democracy in Spain

"Do you hear the buzz? The buzz says: let's defend the common good." These are the lyrics of the campaign song of Barcelona en Comú–one of the...   [ continue reading...]

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The real challenges to sustainable development

With the expiry of the MDGs which guided global development till 2015, the international community is now negotiating Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for t...   [ continue reading...]

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Young Guatemalan Farmers Fight For Land Rights, Local Food, and Sustainable Traditions Endangered by Global Trade Deals‏

The same forces that have driven many onto the migrant trail have led to the emergence of a movement of young campesinos organizing to stay on their land.   [ continue reading...]

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The holes that make our coasts vulnerable

From delayed reconstitutions of critical state and national level institutions to glaring loopholes in procedures, Meenakshi Kapoor identifies all that stands i...   [ continue reading...]

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Bangladesh: Garment Workers’ Union Rights Bleak

(New York) – Garment workers face daunting challenges to unionization, and remain at risk of interference and threats by factories three years after the R...   [ continue reading...]

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