If, as described by Kurt Vonnegut, the Second World War was “Western Civilization's second unsuccessful attempt to commit suicide," anthropogenic climate change would be the third one. On the other hand, it is a step up because what we are witnessing today is how Business as Usual is making this Western Civilization’s third attempt global. … Sigue leyendo Let’s stop the third attempt!
My life experiences led me to different professions. However, working as a fixer was probably the most intense one. It was an incredible source of learning and growth. During two years in Kosovo (1999-2001), I worked with many different war correspondents and media. Despite the danger and differences in our views, I was never left … Sigue leyendo Fixers, left behind
In his latest post ‘Who created the renewable-energy miracle?’, Paul Krugman writes that “there’s a really good case to be made that (US) government support for renewable energy created a cost miracle that might not have happened otherwise — and this cost miracle may be the key to saving us from utter climate catastrophe.” Although … Sigue leyendo Renewable energy is a value, not a cost miracle
“We are at risk of the curse of plenty, [the] curse of resources." The circumstances have played along whether this was Ashraf Ghani, the already ex-president of Afghanistan and a former World Bank economist, stating a self-fulfilling prophecy or presenting a rational socio-economic analysis. However, the ‘curse’ has not manifested itself in the form of … Sigue leyendo The Afghan ‘curse of plenty’, is global