Nbr. 48, January 2009
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- St. Louis roundtable charts a sustainable and just American future.
- From extractive to renewable agriculture.
- Shrinking the agricultural economy will pay big dividends.
- It's time for a Deep Green vision for the United States--and the world.
- Reducing energy use in hospitals.
- Getting to know the other species.
- Military spending is bad for the economy.
- A sledgehammer of a word.
- Seize the moment.
- Taking stock of the 2008 St. Louis Roundtable.
- Renewable energy cannot sustain a consumer society: excerpts from renewable energy cannot sustain a consumer society. Springer, Heidelberg, 2007.
- Thinking with our feet.
- Down with the sickness.
- Do you know how many homes you own?
- Airborne poisons: EPA turns an ear to the lead industry.
- The political economics of greenwashing.
- Beyond progressive malpractice.
- Sierra Blanca.
- Meat, "free trade," and democracy: as goes South Korea, so went Missouri--and what to do about it.
- The depression: a long-term view.
- The end of the world as you know it.
- Remembering Peter Camejo.
- Was Justice Done in the Trial of Saddam Hussein?