Category Archives: Poverty

World Malnutrition in the Pandemic

One of Science Magazine’s Breakthroughs of 2019 was how to treat malnourished children. Millions of Children who were malnourished remained sick, even after being well fed.   Over a decade, researchers found that their gut microbiomes were not developing to … Continue reading

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The Coming Minority and Poor Coronavirus Epidemic

The Coming Minority and Poor Coronavirus Epidemic We are about to witness the truth of the axiom that:  you are only as healthy as the least among you.  While thinking about this I see that Pete Buttigieg is way ahead … Continue reading

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Comparing the Citizens Climate Lobby and the Climate Leadership Council Carbon Fee and Dividend Plans

Comparing the Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL) and the Climate Leadership Council (CLC) Carbon Fee and Dividend Plans The CLC has been put forward by an Οp-Ed in the Washington Post, and the “The Pricing Advantage” by George R. Schultz and … Continue reading

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The Coming Climate Action Decade, the 2020s

The Coming Climate Action Decade, the 2020s. An entire generation will be known for the next decade, starting in the 20s.  In fact, it is the next 20 years, or fifth of a century, that will be crucial, and has … Continue reading

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The Club of Rome World Projections to the Year 2050

“Transformation is feasible”.  “How to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals Within Planetary Boundaries.” A Report to the Club of Rome from the Stockholm Resilience Center and the BI Norwegian Business School.  They use a model with many development factors to … Continue reading

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No Racial Discrimination in College Admissions, Really?

No Racial Discrimination in College Admissions, Really? The point is simple. Minorities have been discriminated against all of their lives, and their parents’ lives, and so on. Attention to a full student evaluation for minorities is the last attempt to … Continue reading

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California Leads the Nation in Poverty

California Leads the Nation in Poverty Again, I am not a poverty expert, nor a social worker, or a social ecology professor. I just looked up some US Census data. This article arises from Donald Trump pulling the United States … Continue reading

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