GST Original Articles

By Angelika Mueller-Rowry / 30 January 2023
By Charles Posa McFadden / 27 January 2023
A common cause has a common solution Given the present existential crises which now include both the threat of a quick end to human existence through nuclear war, and the threat from the deepening ecological crisis, our response to both needs to begin with recognition that no problem which has systemic causes is ever more than temporarily and only then partially resolvable by addressing only its proximal causes. We need to identify and address the root causes. In relation to the... Read more
By Robert Hunziker / 19 January 2023
NASA claims that 2022 was one of the hottest years ever recorded with record-breaking heat waves around the world, as major commercial waterways, like the Danube, Po, Rhine, Yangtze, and Mississippi rivers temporarily dried up leaving humongous river barges choking in mud. But that was merely global-warming-lite.  The real global warming threat is invisible. It’s the oceans where 90% of planet-generated heat is captured, and it’s starting to impact the climate system with increasing ferocity... Read more
By Angelika Mueller-Rowry / 06 January 2023
2005-5-1_rob_und_ich_erdcc.jpg On January 18, 2014, my husband Robert Rowry died isolated from his family, shackled and chained to a community hospital bed as “property” of the state of Missouri—nine days after denial of medical parole, and roughly eight weeks shy of his scheduled parole date.  Robert’s experience shows the ubiquitous presence of conditions that stretch from condemning Black (and brown) neighborhoods to rot, over utilizing the criminal so-called... Read more

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