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

“The Conference Bully: Some thoughts and observations,”  Mickey Glantz. April 6, 2010 (written in Africa in midst of an environment conference).

“The Conference Bully: Some thoughts and observations,” Mickey Glantz. April 6, 2010 (written in Africa in midst of an environment conference).

April 06, 2010 | 2 Comments

“The Conference Bully: Some thoughts and observations” The idea for this editorial came from recent participation in an international conference that involved participants for national governments, multinational organizations and non-governmental organizations. It became apparent that…

“Where in the World is… Mickey? Imaginary Tourism as a New Sport, ” Mickey Glantz.18 March 2010

“Where in the World is… Mickey? Imaginary Tourism as a New Sport, ” Mickey Glantz.18 March 2010

March 21, 2010 | 2 Comments

I thought I would blog on events on getting to and in China, Thailand and Kenya, as there is a lot going on in each of these countries. This is like an imaginary trip for…

GUEST Editorial:  “Brazil-Africa ‘Biofuels Diplomacy’: South-South Relations on the Rise.”

GUEST Editorial: “Brazil-Africa ‘Biofuels Diplomacy’: South-South Relations on the Rise.”

March 09, 2010 | 3 Comments

Marcelo Paiva & Tsegay Wolde-Georgis, University of Colorado’s Consortium for Capacity Building. 8 March 2010 Brazil is considered a global leader in sugarcane-based ethanol biofuel production & technology. It made strategic decisions to develop alternative…

Solving America’s Health Care problems in one easy step! Mickey Glantz, March 1, 2010

March 01, 2010 | No Comments

The country is so polarized on just about every issue and health care is no exception. A year passed and Obama’s Administration devised a plan that some like and some despise. The opponents of the…

GUEST EDITORIAL: “Thoughts on the ‘Good’ Climate Skeptic.”  ELIZABETH MCLEAN, February 21, 2010

GUEST EDITORIAL: “Thoughts on the ‘Good’ Climate Skeptic.” ELIZABETH MCLEAN, February 21, 2010

February 21, 2010 | No Comments

I often wonder what percentage of the people foresees events in a short-term scale and how many see it in a long-term scale? I have to admit that as an islander I use to project…