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Averting Human-Driven Ecological Crises – SEF News-Views Digest

SEF News-Views Digest No. 198 (1-31-18) Clifton Ware, Editor-Publisher CO2The one topic most people tend to ignore, including leaders of major environmental organizations, is the role of human population growth in driving all converging ecological, social, and economic crises. Some of us understand this dynamic relationship, and we also agree that humane solutions are available […]

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Super Bowl of Worldviews 2020 – SEF News-Views Digest

SEF News-Views Digest No. 197 (1-24-18) Clifton Ware, Editor-Publisher With the Super Bowl headed to Minnesota, metro citizens are bracing for an influx of football fans, with an anticipated temporary economic boom. These diehard fans will also bring increased traffic congestion and a heavy dose of euphoric mayhem, with unknown outcomes. As a non spectator-sports […]

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Weathering Climate Change – SEF News-Views Digest

SEF News-Views Digest No. 196 (1-17-18) Clifton Ware, Editor-Publisher As for sustainability concerns, the weather—or more accurately, the growing extremes of climate change—hit a high mark in 2017 (see articles in News section). And the theme seems to be carrying over into 2018, marked this time by extremes in frigid temperatures, along with freezing rain, sleet, and […]

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Sustaining the Arts and Artists – SEF News-Views Digest

SEF News-Views Digest No. 195 (1-10-18) Clifton Ware, Editor-Publisher One week down, 51.5 weeks remaining in 2018, and every week the media provides a plethora of news—from good to fair to awful. This past week’s list of articles, provided largely by reliable non-profit progressive-leaning websites, feature some reflections on 2017, as well as projections and […]

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Creating a Sustainable Political Economy – SEF News-Views Digest

SEF News-Views Digest No. 194 (1-3-18) Clifton Ware, Editor-Publisher At the start of 2018 I imagine most world citizens are yearning for a sense of stability—economically, socially, and politically. Political economic systems of government range widely, from forms of capitalism to forms of socialism and fascism, with some combining features of these three. In all […]