Spring 2001 Issue of the Geonomist
New Issue of the Geonomist
The Geonomy Society publishes one of our favorite periodicals, called The Geonomist -- it's a big smorgasboard of creative ideas and news briefs from around the world.
Here's what the editor, Jeffery Smith, says about the new issue:
Have a look at the online version right now!
Dear and curious friends;
The world works in wonderous ways.
Did you know …
The Virginia legislature gave the green light to the Property Tax Shift?
Companies make *more* money sparing the environment?
A prime minister is tempted by the social salary?
Working people, says the *WSJ*, consume too much capital?
Sprawl could fit *inside* our doughnut cities?
Carbon auctions could pay you $800 each year?
11 more organizations support shifting taxes?
Ancient China had a famous geonomist?
Third World land is worth more than any other asset?
A tax cut matters less than tax what?
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