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Pope Francis and the Environment

A geologist’s speed reading guide to the pope’s climate encyclical.

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U2’s Activism: From Innocence to Experience

How an Irish rock band turned raw activism into a refined lobby for good.

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Is Genocide Inevitable?

Other outcomes are possible in African conflicts.

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The News Beyond the Camera

Sights and insights from a poet-television newsman.

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China Vs. the West: The Renewables Arms Race

How should the West respond to China becoming a renewables superpower?

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Climate Change: Like an Asteroid

The threat of climate change must be taken far more seriously, before it is too late.

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Global Texas: Homage to Austin

Will Austin’s growth sustain or demolish its fabled culture?

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Brexit Looming? Will Britain Leave the EU?

It would be a geo-economic-political moment without parallel in the democratic world since 1945.

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The Accelerating Transition Away from Fossil Fuels

This century is witnessing a shift to renewable solar and wind energy.

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Germany=Geoeconomics, US=Geopolitics?

Mercury or Mars? What separates Germany and the United States.

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