Link Loving 16.07.11

July 16, 2011 § Leave a comment

  • The time is now for well-being policy. Laura Stoll.
  • Tom Baker reviews Christian Aid’s public review of the Countdown to Copenhagen campaign. Good reflection.
  • Making borscht cool again. Erik Assadourian.
  • Political apes, science communication, and building a cooperative society. Eric Michael Johnson. (h/t Christine Ottery)
  • Why high-carbon investment could be the next sub-prime crisis. James Caldecott.
  • Murdoch, New Labour, Credit Crunch, Expenses: collapses of concentrated power. Adam Ramsay.
  • The role of women in modern-day political dynasties. Duncan Green.
  • Jobs in sustainability work have quadrupled in two years. Stephen Lacey.

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