Blog posts

Capitalism, Short-termism, Population and the Destruction of the Planet

Soumis par Arthur Dahl le ven 14/09/2018 - 00:28

 

 

Come On! Capitalism, Short-termism, Population
and the Destruction of the Planet
A Report to the Club of Rome

by Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker and Anders Wijkman, Co-Presidents, Club of Rome
New York: Springer. 220 p.

Book review by Arthur Dahl

Reflections on Science, Technology and the Human Spirit

Soumis par Arthur Dahl le jeu 05/07/2018 - 00:31

Reflections on Science, Technology and the Human Spirit

Arthur Lyon Dahl
International Environment Forum
Geneva, Switzerland

Paper prepared for the
Triglav Circle 2018
Chateau de Poussignol, Blismes, France
30 June-1 July 2018
http://www.triglavcircleonline.org/

Migration and Religion

Soumis par Arthur Dahl le jeu 05/07/2018 - 00:25

Migration and Religion

Arthur Lyon Dahl
International Environment Forum
Geneva, Switzerland

based on a paper presented at the
World Conference on “Religions, Creeds and Value Systems:
Joining Forces to Enhance Equal Citizenship Rights”

Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland, 25 June 2018

Information: private property or public good?

Soumis par Arthur Dahl le jeu 12/04/2018 - 13:07

Information: private property or public good?

On 15 February, I gave a TEDx talk at the Institut National Polytechnique: École Nationale Supérieure d’Électrotechnique, d’Électronique, d’Informatique, d’Hydraulique et des Télécommunications (INP ENSEEIHT), Université de Toulouse, France, on the topic "Information: private property or public good?". The full series of TEDx talks that day in French can be seen on YouTube at TEDxINPENSEEIHT.

The Imperatives of Sustainable Development: Needs, Justice, Limits (book review)

Soumis par Arthur Dahl le mer 06/12/2017 - 23:48

The Imperatives of Sustainable Development: Needs, Justice, Limits

by Erling Holden, Kristin Lingered, David Banister, Valeria Jana Schwanitz and August Wierling.
London and New York: Earthscan from Routledge. 263 p. published in July 2017.
book review by Arthur Lyon Dahl