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2013: Not As Bad As You Think

Something else happened this year that may, over time, prove far more important than the great website flop.

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2013 ‘Will Mark Continued Rise of CO2’

The 24 years since the world agreed to limit greenhouse gases are expected to have seen a rise of almost two-thirds in emissions of the main gas, carbon dioxide.

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AP/Richard Drew

Overthrow the Speculators

There will never be significant economic reform until megabanks are replaced by a network of state- and city-owned public banks. The revolution must be local.

Posted on Dec 29, 2013 READ MORE



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Truthdigger of the Week: Alan Turing

One of the world’s earliest computer geniuses, a British man whose work helped save humanity from fascism, was persecuted to death by the homophobic authorities of his era. This Christmas Eve, thanks to popular pressure and the authority of Queen Elizabeth II, justice to his memory has been served in the form of a royal pardon.

Posted on Dec 29, 2013 READ MORE



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Amazon Forest Loss Threatens Five Countries

The environmental damage being caused by deforestation in the Amazon is a threat to much of the South American continent, two campaign groups say.

Posted on Dec 29, 2013 READ MORE



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J Is for Jubilee, K for Kleptocrats

Jubilee Year: In Judaic Law (Leviticus 25), a Clean Slate to be proclaimed every 50 years annulling personal and agrarian debts, liberating bond-servants to rejoin their families, and returning lands that had been alienated under economic duress.

Posted on Dec 28, 2013 READ MORE



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Drought Will Worsen One Day Somewhere

Although a new research project confirms that drought —and floods—will affect the world more severely during this century, uncertainty persists over who will suffer, and when.

Posted on Dec 28, 2013 READ MORE



AP/Charles Dharapak

The NSA Strikes Back

Just when you thought that momentum in the struggle to rein in the NSA was shifting in the direction of civil liberties, along comes another reminder that momentum is fleeting.

Posted on Dec 27, 2013 READ MORE



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Carbon Market Looks a Little Livelier

Many U.S. companies are adopting their own carbon pricing systems, while in Europe there’s a hint of new life for efforts to persuade industry to switch to low-carbon technologies.

Posted on Dec 27, 2013 READ MORE



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Celebrating the End of the Fake ‘War on Christmas’

Another winter solstice has come and gone, and yes, the annual celebration of the birth of Jesus has once again survived the alleged “War on Christmas.”

Posted on Dec 27, 2013 READ MORE


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