Monthly Archives: December 2015

2016: A GREAT Year for Green—My New Year’s Prediction

More and more companies will be going beyond sustainability to create a world where hunger and poverty turn into sufficiency, war into peace, and catastrophic climate change into planetary balance.

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When the Right Thing ISN’T the Right Thing—And How to Do it Better

As we enter into the 2016 campaign, the mantra would be “you can’t trust the Democrats; they betrayed us and they will betray us again.” And this time, they’d be correct…The consequences would include 12 to 20 years of Republican presidents with veto-proof Congressional majorities.

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Despite Racism, US is Still a Beacon

US media has been playing up anti-Arab and anti-Islamic bigotry since at least the 1970s oil crisis–even though…most of the gun violence is at the hands of people who self-identify as Christian

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Cautiously Optimistic about #COP21

6 reasons why the big Paris climate change conference known as #COP21 may actually accomplish some real change.

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