Saturday, January 09, 2010 at 10:00 AM
Tickets may be reserved at www.ticketweb.com
West Coast Live (KALW/Live Recording) – 10am-12pm (doors open at 9:30am)
Phyllis Watts Theater, SF MOMA
Tickets ($15 General, $5 Youth) at http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=859895
Lineup includes: Aurelia Theiree, Jasper Fforde, Claire Peaslee, Raj Patel, Palm Wine Boys & Mike Greensill
More at: http://www.wcl.org/
Friday, January 08, 2010 at 7:00 PM
A Great Good Place for Books
6120 LaSalle Avenue
Oakland, CA 94611
Thursday, January 07, 2010 at 7:00 PM
Commonwealth Club of San Jose
1635 Park Avenue
San Jose, CA
Wednesday, January 06, 2010 at 6:00 PM
Commonwealth Club of California
595 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Tuesday, January 05, 2010 at 7:00 PM
51 Tamal Vista Blvd.
Corte Madera, CA 94925
There’s a splendid commentary up at The Commoner, where Massimo De Angelis offers a fine analysis of the fiasco unfolding in Copenhagen, and why bringing the ‘atmospheric commons’ under market rule will not end well. The Commoner is now on the blogroll, Massimo’s latest book is The Beginning of History and you can read his thoughts on climate change here.
The latest book by Eduardo Galeano is as insightful as we’ve come to expect. Mirrors: Stories of Almost Everyone contains more history and analysis than a year of ‘history of civilization’ classes, with much more beauty and grace. In the battle of memory against forgetting, Galeano offers an arsenal. A tidbit below the fold, on the origin of the World Trade Organization.
Continue reading “Origin of the World Trade Organization”
Airports. Bad for me. Bad for environment. Good for blogging in departure lounge. Two top resources from the Copenhagen climate change. The first from Henry Saragih of Via Campesina on Why We Left our Farms for Copenhagen below. Disappointingly, women don’t get a mention at all, but there are many resources, most accessibly here and most comprehensively at Gender cc. More below the fold. Continue reading “Two from Copenhagen”
I should have been posting a little more than I have over the past week or so, but I’ve been murderously busy with the UK publicity tour for The Value of Nothing which ended gloriously this morning with a five minute crossing of swords on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme. I’m heading to Malawi today, which means being offline for a week or two, but when I come back, expect thoughts on Copenhagen, economic recovery, and how much you can eat for $1 a day.