Monthly Archives: July 2015

TTIP/TTP: Part Of The Elite Strategy To Embed Neoliberalism

A strategy of the elites highlighted by the Trilateral Commission report that complained of an “excess of democracy”[1] in the 1970’s has been to remove as many of the important decisions affecting society from any possibility of democratic control. This … Continue reading

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Methane: The Movie

An attempt at humour in a darkening world …. A ship rests on the Arctic waters below a kaleidoscope of colours bouncing around the northern sky. A group of scientists sit chatting about methane emissions and hockey while enjoying a … Continue reading

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Paris Climate Conference (COP 21): A Slight Deceleration As The Brick Wall Approaches?

Over the past twenty-five years humanity has acted like a driver who accelerates when warned that he is travelling toward a brick wall, while debating whether or not the brick wall exists. Especially since 2000, as the industrialization of China … Continue reading

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