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Water: Is There a Global Crisis? Part Three: Investment Opportunities

Introduction This is the third in a three-part series on global water problems. In the first article in the series, data and analysis were used to highlight the primary problems. Water experts were interviewed in the second article. Here, we … Continue reading

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Water: Is There a Global Crisis? Part Two: Discussions with Experts

Introduction This is the second in a three-part series on global water problems. The third part to follow shortly will suggest investment opportunities in the water sector. In the first article in the series, data and analysis were used to … Continue reading

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Water: Is There a Global Crisis?

          Author’s note: This is the first in a three part series on global water problems. In the second part, water “experts will be interviewed. The third part will consider investment opportunities in the water sector. … Continue reading

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What Should the US Energy Strategy Be? Consider Autos

Introduction The world is in the middle of a protracted energy transition. We know that dependency on oil must be lessened, but beyond that, it is not clear where we will end up. We must first decide among goals. Consider … Continue reading

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Global Power Perceptions: Part Two – The Fragmentation View

In the previous posting on global power, I examined power from an “empire” perspective. Empire implies concentrated power, usually for economic gain – not just for the acquisition of power per se. I speculated that in the 21st Century, China … Continue reading

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Global Power Perceptions: Part One – The Empire View

This is the first part of a two part series on global power. Who is most powerful globally? Historians, economists, and others have written extensively on this subject, often in terms of empires. Amazon lists more than 5,000 books on … Continue reading

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