• GUEST EDITORIAL (September 12, 2012): “The Curse of Creativity.”  Ilan Kelman, CICERO, Norway

Climate change adaptation and food security: an ancient technology of clay pots for sub-surface irrigation — GUEST EDITORIAL

Climate change adaptation and food security: an ancient technology of clay pots for sub-surface irrigation — GUEST EDITORIAL

December 03, 2009 | 3 Comments

December 3, 2009 Dr. Tsegay Wolde-Georgis, Consortium for Capacity Building, University of Colorado There is a consensus that global climate change will lead to unprecedented impacts around the world. Many specifically fear that the long-term…

A message to climate scientists: Emails are from Mars. Letters are from Venus

A message to climate scientists: Emails are from Mars. Letters are from Venus

November 29, 2009 | 3 Comments

The following excerpt is from an editorial I wrote in 2002 called “E-mails are from Mars. Letters are from Venus.” I believe it is relevant to the controversy swirling around the hacked files (emails and…

Are we losing the human race? Mickey Glantz

November 18, 2009 | 1 Comment

Are we losing the human race? Mickey Glantz Dateline: Moscow (at Starbucks on Stariy Arbat) November 11 & 18, 2009 People need the earth more than the earth needs people. Mickey Glantz The title of…

Water, water on the moon, nor any drop to drink … in Africa!  Mickey Glantz

Water, water on the moon, nor any drop to drink … in Africa! Mickey Glantz

November 16, 2009 | 1 Comment

Water, water on the moon, nor any drop to drink … in Africa! Mickey Glantz November 16, 2009 Recently, a headline appeared in the New York Times that captured my attention. At first it was…

Does a rising tide really float all boats? Mickey Glantz

Does a rising tide really float all boats? Mickey Glantz

November 15, 2009 | 2 Comments

The phrase “a rising tide floats all boats” is one of the nice sounding statements that people are expected to believe and to live by. This particular one has been used to make a point:…