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Articles with tag:
Call in the Cavalry—the Moneybags
Good data costs big bucks. Who’s willing to spend their money to make public the worth of Earth?
Jeffery J. Smith
Oct 16, 2016
The Privatization of the Moon is Coming
Entry into commercial space travel could bring reduction in environmental damage costs, find new resources and unlimited related applications; productivity gains for next boom.
Sep 9, 2016
Type I Civilization Issues
How would advanced extraterrestrial beings view humanity? As humans, do we "come in peace?"
Sep 8, 2016
When to Preserve? When to Develop?
Powerful people with limited values tell us losing pristine nature is good for us. How can we tell when it’s not?
Jeffery J. Smith
Apr 17, 2016
Real Estate 4 Ransom
Land is the most precious physical gift we have. “Real Estate for Ransom” shows how real estate speculation is responsible for the decline in culture and human society.
Apr 12, 2016
Land in Ancient Israel and Early Zionism
The ills of stratification and sectarianism can be alleviated when we acknowledge that land is under a jurisdiction that is more sacred than its commodification.
Mar 18, 2016
Earth Sharing for a New Generation
Considering the sharing nature of younger generations, it seems likely that they would also want to embrace new economic policies for living together in community.
Dec 17, 2015
Top 5 Ways to Fight Pollution
Fighting pollution and many of the world’s other seemingly intractable problems requires operating with a greater awareness of the policy issues that can make the most difference.
Sep 2, 2015
Foundations of Earth Sharing
Many notable people support sharing as part of the roots for peaceful sustainability.
Apr 28, 2015