Contribute Your Ideas to the Envision LV Plan!

This is not an official Envision LV page, but we want to provide a way for you to access the draft plans they are creating and comment on what they got right and what’s missing. The following is from a … more

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Social Research | Social Justice Conference

A unique and excellent addition to the Lehigh Valley’s offerings, the Social Research Social Justice Conference began in 2003 as a collaboration between faculty and students in the Department of Media and Communication at Muhlenberg College, with the goal to … more

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Sustainability Questions for Students & Educators

To make good decisions about sustainability, people need to know the facts. Here are some questions that have arisen and might be suitable for class projects or independent study: What steps can local & county government take to produce immediate reductions in … more

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Echoes from the 1960s

Billionaire George Soros recently warned that the world capitalist system faced the potential of massive street violence—if not collapse. Mainstream discourse has failed to give due credence to the most widely shared argument of Occupiers: our democracy is broken, corporations … more

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Using Television and other Business Models to Protect the Environment

Environmental degradation caused by human activity is rapidly rendering the planet uninhabitable. For thousands of generations the planet’s resources were sufficiently plentiful and resilient to withstand our destructive activities. No longer. When Jefferson was president there were less people in … more

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Bill of Media Rights

PREAMBLE A free and vibrant media, full of diverse and competing voices, is the lifeblood of America’s democracy and culture, as well as an engine of growth for its economy. Yet, in recent years, massive and unprecedented corporate consolidation has … more

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The One Pager

THE INDIVIDUAL HAS THE POWER TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE Mission: The One Pager is a monthly newsletter created to inform the citizens of the Lehigh Valley. It focuses on any local group or cause that involves bettering our community. NEWS: … more

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One Pager: Contributors

I would like to thank the following people who have helped make the One Pager a reality and continue to support the newsletter to this day. Ted MorganSteve HoogPeter CrownfieldJay SlippMartin BoksenbaumGreta BrowneJoAnn JonesJoris RossePeter ChristinePratima AgrawalDan HunterTamara NisicLiz RothVicki … more

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The One Pager Archives

Past issues of The One Pager: November 2006 December 2006 January 2007 Issues in PDF format below:  

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