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Source: USA Today
As the United Nations marks its 70th anniversary later this year, there is mounting evidence that the international community is losing the fight against the most pressing security and justice challenges of our time. From Syria...
Source: Washington Post
Later this week, Pope Francis will reportedly make a moral case for combating climate change, arguing that it is mostly a problem created by humans and that we must make fundamental lifestyle and energy consumption changes to...
June 16, 2015 Stamping Out Corruption: 4 Lessons Companies Should HeedSource: Forbes
As the recent FIFA scandals show, corruption can all too easily become entrenched in companies. Further, as it is a deeply rooted social and economic problem in many countries, there are many commonplace but flimsy arguments to...
June 16, 2015 Op-Ed Why the $15 minimum wage got my 'no' voteSource: LA Times
On June 10, I cast the City Council's lone “no” vote on the $15-an-hour minimum wage proposal. While everyone agrees that there is genuine poverty in the city of Los Angeles, no wage increase can be high enough to offset the...
June 16, 2015 We should have labels on meat
tsln.com - I am mad, and many others across this nation are just as angry. I really donât give a damn about what Congress thinks, or for that matter Canada, and the îWorld Trade Organizationî (WTO). We should...
June 15, 2015 Deutsche Bank Will Need Time to Fix Itself
Barron's - The shares are now up 15% since the start of the year, in line with the îStoxxî Europe 600 index and only slightly behind Germanyâs DAX. DIGBY LARNER, based in Paris, is a Wall Street Journal news...
Time - âA small farmer working an acre of land can produce the best and most valuable coffee in the world,â says TechnoServe CEO William Warshauer, speaking on the sidelines of the îWorld Economic Forumî...
June 12, 2015 Congress, Pay Attention to This Carbon Tax BillSource: Bloomberg
The challenge to prevent climate change is daunting for its scale. How can society change human behavior widely enough to stop the accumulation of atmosphere-warming gases -- without swelling the government or ruining the economy?
California's water crisis is the disaster everybody saw coming but nobody had the political will to stop. It's the byproduct of a broken system that's dominated by self-serving elites and misguided ideologues. Or so says Joel...
June 9, 2015 Is our drinking water safe from fracking?Source: The Washington Post
The controversial drilling technique doesn’t need to be banned; it needs to be well regulated. That’s how we explain the seemingly contradictory reaction to the Environmental Protection Agency’s assessment of fracking’s effects...
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