Tag Archives: Oxfam
A wealthy, kick-ass climate NGO: what are the odds?
There is never a shortage of stupid things to do with money, especially if you suddenly find yourself with loads of it. US socialite Theresa Roemer, for instance has a three-storey, 3,000-square foot closet; that’s a space twice the size of … Continue reading
Posted in Economics, Global Warming, Media Tagged inequality, lottery, Oxfam 2 Comments
Whatever you do, do nothing
And so the G-8 Summit draws to a close in Japan. This Group of Eight major nations somehow manages to exclude from membership both India and China, which between them account for more than a third of humanity, as well … Continue reading
Posted in Global Warming, Habitat/Species, Irish Focus Tagged Bali, Bush, climate change, G-8, Japan, John Gibbons, Kyoto, Oxfam 3 Comments