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Beyond Averages: 3 Ways to Measure Inequality
Beyond Averages: 3 Ways to Measure Inequality

Suppose a math teacher is preparing material for incoming 3rd graders based on how much their students learned last year. The average score is 89%. That’s almost an A-! But that doesn’t mean we’re…

A plea to influencers everywhere: let’s stop climate change together
A plea to influencers everywhere: let’s stop climate change together

The problem with the majority of suggested solutions to the climate crisis is that they place the burden heavily on those who are least able to make significant changes: In order to see change and…

We already know how to stop the climate crisis — or do we?
We already know how to stop the climate crisis — or do we?

Articles like this one by Dr Jonathan Foley, Climate & Environmental Scientist and Executive Director of @ProjectDrawdown, and this one by PhD Student Max Callaghan are brilliant, evidence-based…

Influencing climate action: a delicate balance
Influencing climate action: a delicate balance

Greta Thunberg has influenced over 14 million people in 7,500 cities globally to join her #FridaysForFuture movement. The Fridays for Future website offers practical advice on protesting for change…

Influencers: your voice is louder than ours, don’t let them shout us down
Influencers: your voice is louder than ours, don’t let them shout us down

We’ve reached the point in the ADKAR model where — hopefully — gears are starting to move. Society is feeling motivated, educated, and able at all levels to make a change. We start insisting on…

A lack of leadership: Why business blocks the rise of the natural leader
A lack of leadership: Why business blocks the rise of the natural leader

The dearth of leadership in the current business environment is not an accident but rather a feature of the post Cold-war milieu, and indeed politics and all other arenas including, and especially…

How Inflation Is Impacting Marginalized Groups: And Why It’s Increasing The Wealth Gap
How Inflation Is Impacting Marginalized Groups: And Why It’s Increasing The Wealth Gap

Global inflation has posed different effects towards various income groups in Malaysia. The recent inflation has renewed uncertainty within Malaysians. Small enterprises and citizens are already…

What are the Expanded Health Subsidies?
What are the Expanded Health Subsidies?

What are the ACA subsidies that the Inflation Reduction Act will expand, and what does this mean for healthcare policy in the US?

July Inflation Report from a Union Guy
July Inflation Report from a Union Guy

Today, the BLS reported that inflation dropped from 9.1% last month to 8.5% this month, with a 0.0% change in month-to-month prices. While it’s a stretch to say 8.5% inflation is good, it’s still…

Our Lazy Summer Economy
Our Lazy Summer Economy

Almost two years ago I wrote An Economy At Rest, Stays at Rest. The title has held up. I also predicted defaulting debt. That hasn’t happened. What fascinates me is that though we have avoided…

Why the climate crisis needs influencers now more than ever
Why the climate crisis needs influencers now more than ever

This is the first in a five-part article series. The subsequent parts are linked at the bottom of this post. In ADKAR: A Model for Change in Business, Government and Our Community Jeff Hiatt, founder…

Future Jobs: Why We Need to Predict Them
Future Jobs: Why We Need to Predict Them

How would you like to be an algorithmic ethicist? Or perhaps a dark warehouse operator? Maybe even an EV Station Overseer? You could perhaps, be a blockchain banking engineer or a superstructure…

Hidden Root of a Sacred Text
Hidden Root of a Sacred Text

If you read my work, you know how much that myth, lore, and spirituality fascinate me. My parents raised me as Methodist, which colors my perspective. No matter what I now consider myself, I still…

The Genesis of Neoclassical Economics
The Genesis of Neoclassical Economics

One of the fundamental reasons why ideas that form the basis of modern economics are too rigid to displace is because they have roots that have been planted firmly since the onset of recorded time…

The number of personal insolvencies seen across Scotland rose by 11.2%
The number of personal insolvencies seen across Scotland rose by 11.2%

Amid spiralling inflation and rising interest rates, fuel and energy costs continue to put households under pressure leading to an increase in personal insolvencies. Analysis of data taken from…

पानी पुरी के ठेले वाले
पानी पुरी के ठेले वाले

ठेले वाले, बाजार के भीतर कैश फ्लो बनाए रखने में छोटे-छोटे साधन भी अपनी भूमिका का निर्वहन करते है, तब कही जाकर बाजार में मुद्रा का चलन बढ़ता है, जिससे वस्तुओं और सेवाओं की कीमत पर नियंत्रण रहता है।…