Editorial

  • China is waking up to the environmental challenge its rapid growth is creating. Development has come at the expense of our natural capital, an unsustainable relationship that’s now threatening to damage the Chinese economy. The good news is that there’s a growing awareness of the problem and how we must go about fixing it. An […]

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Feature

Perspectives

On the Ground

  • While food insecurity often brings to mind global issues and struggles in developing countries, there are many examples in developed countries of local gaps in food security. In the post-industrial city of Hamilton, Canada, there is an obvious lack of healthy food choices for low-income residents who rely on food banks. Concerned citizens …

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Solutions in History

Envision the Future

  • An eternal trait of men is the need for vision and readiness to follow it; and if men are not given the right vision, they will follow wandering fires. – Sir Richard Livingstone Where there is no vision, the people perish. – Proverbs 29:18 One cannot construct what one cannot image. – Lawrence Goodwyn To […]

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Interview

Media Review

  • Over 20,000 foreign fighters have joined the conflict in Iraq and Syria, including around 3,400 from the Western world, according to a recent report by the International Center for the Study of Radicalization and Political Violence. ISIS’s digital presence and online strategy are largely attributed to its success in attracting foreign …

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