Our Dying Planet
By the end of this century, coral reef ecosystems will very likely be extinct. Think about the magnitude of that statement for a minute, requests ecologist and coral reef expert Peter F. Sale in Our Dying Planet.
Get rid of the car
Stop Signs takes the myriad problems associated with a world obsessed with cars and wraps them up in a concise, compelling, and at times even funny, plea to quit the automobile.
Finding Virtue in a Culture of Vengeance
What the punishment-driven crime overhaul really represents is the implementation of a policy agenda very much grounded in the ideology of the Conservative party and emotionally-driven sensationalism.
Review: Unions, Equity and the Path to Renewal
Unions face serious problems in the twenty-first century, including a major participatory and democratic deficit. How should we address these problems in order to “renew” unions?
Review: Terrorism and the Economy: How the War On Terror Is Bankrupting the World
While the root of the crisis lies within the capitalist system itself, economist Loretta Napoleoni chooses to focus on the many ways in which the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have contributed to this crisis.
Review: The Highway of the Atom
Today, little is known about what happened at Port Radium on Great Bear Lake in Canada’s mysterious North.