Tag: China

Who Would Pay $26,000 to Work in a Chicken Plant?

Ed Lynn- December 29, 2017

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CNN’s Zakaria: We’re witnessing ‘The beginning of a power transfer from US to China’ under Trump (VIDEO)

Ed Lynn- March 20, 2017

Fareed Zakaria continues his serious journalism on CNN's Fareed Zakaria GPS program. Today he brought China into the mix discussing something I had seen firsthand ... Read More

Obama launches Climate Change tour – connects climate and conservation

Editor SCD- September 1, 2016

Apparently not one to let his presidential duties slip, Barack Obama has begun climate change tour which will include the G20 summit in China later ... Read More

Global Economy Rolls Ahead

Editor SCD- November 11, 2015

A slowing China won’t stop the global economy from gaining momentum over the next two years. Global trade and economic growth, hampered throughout 2015 by ... Read More

What’s the GOP excuse for climate inaction now? | Editorial

Editor SCD- September 29, 2015

The news that China will adopt a massive cap-and-trade program on carbon emissions is, potentially, a seismic development in the fight against climate change for ... Read More

The 3 Reasons The Dow Plunged 500+ Points

Ed Lynn- August 22, 2015

Global stocks sold off Friday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeting more than 500 points -- its ninth-biggest point drop ever -- to lose ... Read More

China Must Focus On ‘Climate Security,’ Scientist Says

Ed Lynn- March 23, 2015

Climate change by the close of this century could lower agricultural output, increase droughts and threaten major infrastructure projects in China, the country’s top weather ... Read More

China’s Cyber Attacks Tied to U.S. Companies, Contractors and Gov’t Systems

Ed Lynn- August 28, 2014

By Hanqing Chen, ProPublica, Aug. 27, 2014, 7 a.m. Atari's "Battlezone", circa 1980 - a good visual for Cyber War. U.S.-China tensions have risen recently ... Read More