A welfare-oriented European Green Deal needs to focus on resource and energy productivity, not raising labour productivity.
Monday, January 20, 2020
Posted by Lambert Strether at 6:55 am |
Brexit again gets ugly.
Combatting mispercptions about sex work, paritcularly the need for better work condiions.
Lake Erie, Toxic Algae, and Mobilizing to Protect Toledo’s Drinking Water by Declaring the Lake a Person
How Toledo citizens mobilized to protect the Lake Erie ecosystem by declaring it to be a person with rights, the reaction of the corporations and the State, and how you can help.
The work of building biodiversity into our food systems has two distinct challenges. One is preserving the genetic material contained in the seeds and the centuries of agricultural knowledge that have developed alongside them. And two is nurturing a relationship with the seeds as living beings.
Hope you can visit with Michael Hudson and Yves at our meetup this Thursday!
Posted by Yves Smith at 4:10 am |
Posted by Yves Smith at 6:55 am |
Looking harder at the Australia and California fires.
The interplay of black and white economic history: slaves, freedmen, Jim Crow laws and the Great Migration.
Today’s Water Cooler: Biden, Buttigieg, Sanders, Trump, AOC’s PAC, good economic reports, blockchain, bulding empty apartments for the rich, DoorDash, Google Maps, invasive species, Inca canals, gardens, surprise billing, readlining and mortality, jobs guarantee, Buddhism and printing,
Topics: Water Cooler
Posted by Lambert Strether at 2:00 pm |
The myth of magical CEOs seems to break down in the public sector.
A law firm partner discusses SEC capture as if it were perfectly normal….which sadly, it is.