About right. 🙁
By next year (2016) over 50% of global wealth will be owned by just 1% of the planet’s population. This is worse than Oxfam’s own report from last year. World Economic Forum meets at Davos this week.
An intriguing article. I was surprised at some of the numbers. The authors had good success at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from lawns though.
Hong Kong Nicaragua Development Investment Company HKND will begin work on a fit-for-purpose 280km long canal connecting the Pacific Ocean & Caribbean Sea.
On the plus side this would curtail USA business & military hegemony, and also reduce greenhouse gas emissions by using much larger container-ships. On the minus side what impact will this have on Lake Nicaragua and local biodiversity? No hard scientific data yet, as the various reports are not released. Thoughts anyone?
You will find this news interesting:
The author obviously attempted to play down the significance of the event as much as he could. But movement is already there. Janos