Tag Archives: Needs

6 Essential Winter Survival Books Every Survivalist Needs

We’ve all probably heard the phrase “A penny in your pocket is worth 5 in the bank”. That’s exactly how I feel about my survival library; “A book on the shelf is worth 10 at the store”. Even though it’s … Continue reading

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Global Food Security Needs States to Ally with Family Farmers

Sylvia Kay, Guest Blogger Sylvia Kay is a researcher at Transnational Institute (TNI). She works on a wide range of issues including land grabbing, water, and agricultural investment. South Africa’s most famous cleric, Desmond Tutu, in his inimitable style, once … Continue reading

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Ganga Needs Water, Not Money

Sunita Narain Cross-posted from Center for Science and Environment. It was way back in 1986 that Rajiv Gandhi had launched the Ganga Action Plan. But years later, after much water (sewage) and money has flowed down the river, it is … Continue reading

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LA 2017 “The Name of the Game” …item 1c.. Cult TV Review (Friday, October 04, 2013) — “Freedom is always relative to the needs of the community.” …item 2.. FSU News – Building our own legacy (Dec. 8, 2013) — to become more “ordinary” people. …

LA 2017 “The Name of the Game” …item 1c.. Cult TV Review (Friday, October 04, 2013) — “Freedom is always relative to the needs of the community.” …item 2.. FSU News – Building our own legacy (Dec. 8, 2013) — … Continue reading

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Why the WTO Needs a “Hypocrisy Clause”

Timothy A. Wise A top ten list of hypocritical US statements on India’s food security program I ended a recent article on the US government’s objections to the food security proposal of India and other developing countries at the World … Continue reading

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