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    By Trevor Jones and Michael Moran   More than a month into a global lock down, most people not yet afflicted by COVID-19 have adjusted to a new routine, ordained from above with strict restrictions on movement and work outside the home and with no certain end date. Such massive disruption carries many uncertainties, but

    April 25, 2020
  • Grievances at Extractive Locations

    Lynx Fellow John Milton   Since the late stone age, humans have understood that certain metals could greatly improve their quality of life as the earliest evidence of mining dates back to around 41,000 – 43,000 years ago.  Our own necessities surrounding mining are not the same as our prehistoric ancestors, however our quality of

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    Lynx Fellow John Milton   Covid-19’s effect on economics has been a constant component of news and media for months.  While mainstream media tends to focus on the strain suffered by small businesses and on workers, a significant component of global supply chains has been repeatedly absent.  Most manufactured goods we encounter and the fuel

    April 13, 2020
  • Misinformation During Pandemic

    Lynx Fellow John Milton   With a history of covering up viruses and silencing whistleblowers, it is not unreasonable to view Chinese data concerning Covid-19 with a fair amount of skepticism.  In spite of this, some reports coming from China are being viewed as credible by some sources. Business Insider reports that Chinese Covid-19 statistics

    April 8, 2020