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Monday, August 13, 2012

Another Slow Week?

Then it's time to hit the books - here's a good one for anyone interested in commodities and the possible geopolitical and environmental challenges of drilling, mining, and farming deeper, colder, and in more remote and unfriendly places.

"As the race for what's left gains momentum, it will intrude with greater force into world affairs, threatening the survival of animal species, local communities, giant corporations, and entire nations.  The global economy as it currently stands cannot grow and prosper without an increasing supply of numerous critical resources - but acquiring these materials will pose an ever-greater threat to the safety and stability of human society and the natural world."  From The Race for What's Left by Michael T. Klare 

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