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Economic Democracy

Jack Santa Barbara

10th January 2014

The Trouble with Billionaires: How the Super-Rich Hijacked the World (and How We Can Take It Back) exposes the damage done by extreme wealth to our democracy, our economy and our social stability. more...
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Wildlife conservation repeatedly ignores the needs of the poor

Dilys Roe

19th May, 2010

Gorillas, elephants, tigers - icons of philanthropy and generosity in the west, but also symbols of the damage that modern conservation can inflict on the less industrialised world more...
Dan Box

Look at 'real wealth' and you'll see we're getting poorer

Dan Box

5th January, 2010

Politicians talk a good green economy, but when it comes down to it, they're still only interested in seeing the GDP figures tick upwards... more...
Commonwealth Vision film awards

Climate change through the eyes of an Inuit boy

Ecologist

29th June, 2009

A Canadian film about an Inuit boy's views on climate change and cultural transformation wins prestigious Commonwealth film prize more...
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How to be free: The last untapped resource

Tom Hodgkinson

1st April, 2008

Sometimes it’s good to take a peep at what the enemy is up to. I spent last weekend reading the New York Herald Tribune, and I’ll sometimes look at The Economist. Both these publications are excellent in their way – the Tribune is far superior in writing and information to The Times, for example – but essentially feed the greed of a business-minded readership anxious to figure out what is going on in the world, the better to profit from it. more...

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