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Forum: Australia’s Big Carbon Tax

Forum: Australia’s Big Carbon Tax

With the passage of a historic piece of carbon tax legislation, Australia seems set to lead in the global battle against climate change. But, as Tahria Sheather reports, tensions in the land down under are running high, offering a preview of what may lie ahead for other countries.
by × November 7, 2011 × 1 comment

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Follow a River (All the Way): The Career Path of Tim Palmer

Follow a River (All the Way): The Career Path of Tim Palmer

Renowned conservation photographer Tim Palmer has 22 books to his name, two in the pipeline, and plenty more still to come.
by × November 3, 2011 × 0 comments

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Occupy New Haven Day of Action – November 5th

 

More information and opportunities to get involved with Occupy New Haven here

From the Yale Working Group of Occupy New Haven:

“A march has been planned for Saturday the 5th at noon on the downtown
New Haven

by × November 3, 2011 × 0 comments

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Polar Brokers

Polar Brokers

Drawing by Byron King.

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by × November 1, 2011 × 2 comments

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World Population: 9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1,0 Billion!

World Population: 9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1,0 Billion!

Today is 7 billion day, the day on which world population officially hits 7 billion. In honor of this momentous occasion, Sage did a quick and decidedly non-comprehensive roundup of the news–not only from this year, but also from the years of future and previous population milestones. Rev up the time machine!
by × October 31, 2011 × 1 comment

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Featured Lecture – Gus Speth: “Letter to Liberals: Liberalism, Environmentalism, and Economic Growth”

 

James Gustave Speth, Yale F&ES Dean Emeritus, speaking at the 30th Annual E.F. Schumacher Lectures (November 20, 2010) hosted by the New Economics Institute.

VIDEO provided by the New Economy Working Group (Speth introduced at 5:15; Speth

by × October 30, 2011 × 0 comments