Vol.32, No.4: October-December 2016
Civil Resistance against Corruption
Civil Resistance Against Corruption: A Conversation with Shaazka Beyerle
Our cover photo shows two teenagers counting textbooks in Cebu City, Philippines. Boy Scouts doing a good deed, or part of a powerful anti-corruption movement? Shaazka Beyerle recently spoke with Metta Spencer about the Book Count (which verifies that publishers are delivering the right number of books to schools) as well as other citizens’ initiatives against corruption. COMMENT
Also in this issue
Brexit and Trexit
You’ve doubtless heard more than enough about Brexit, the shock referendum result which means that the United Kingdom will soon be leaving the European Union. But what about Trexit? Mel Watkins explains, as he surveys the limits of globalization. COMMENT
Global Warming: Is It Too Late?
The first six months of 2016 are on track to make this year the warmest on record. Danny Harvey examines our remaining options. COMMENT
Nuclear Waste Conference Offers Glimpse into Changing Nuclear Burial Plans
The nuclear industry is finding it increasingly difficult to persuade Northern Ontario communities—especially First Nations—to live alongside waste disposal sites, writes Brennain Lloyd. COMMENT
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