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Thoughtful Thursday: world hunger and getting our priorities straight

An article in CNN online this week grabbed my attention with the headline “2% of Elon Musk’s wealth could solve world hunger, says director of UN food scarcity organization”.   Just 2% could solve world hunger! And this is a little … Continue reading

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Map Monday: realities behind some economic and political considerations

Today’s maps take a look at some challenges for economic and political decision-making. Doing the right thing – like addressing climate change and global inequality – isn’t easy. But the issues are real, folks, and they’re scary. And they’re going … Continue reading

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Can we get by without a strong, respected United Nations? Please say no!

The idea of nations coming together – uniting – to address common challenges and to collectively work to prevent other challenges from starting was a brand new concept 75 years ago. In fact, 75 years ago this week. The United … Continue reading

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