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Roberta Seldon is the blogger at Security and Sustainability Forum, a website that provides free online seminars and useful information related to corporate sustainability, national security and climate change. Roberta Seldon is also a volunteer editor at OpEdNews.com.
SHARE Thursday, October 25, 2012 GOP voter fraud in Virginia
I received this email in my inbox this morning. If this is happening in Virginia, a key swing state in this election, you can bet it"s happening elsewhere too.
(2 comments) SHARE Friday, May 4, 2012 Very, Very Greedy
The following is a copy of an email I found in my inbox this morning. It appears that big corporations are at it again -- giving CEOs big bonuses while slashing employee benefits. This time it's Verizon. According to the email, they've tripled CEO Lowell McAdam's salary while outsourcing U.S. jobs! Continue reading to find out what steps you can take to make sure Verizon is held accountable for its actions.
(13 comments) SHARE Friday, March 16, 2012 Climate Change Denial is About Maintaining Control of the Wealth
The Waxman-Markey climate bill is a good investment for the United States to make in our own economic future and in the future of the planet, an NYU study reports. Yet Congressional Republicans continue to fight climate change legislation every step of the way -- all for the sake of big oil.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, February 15, 2012 Environmental Blog Polls Readers on the Keystone XL Pipeline Project Decision
The recent denial of the Keystone XL pipeline application by President Obama has turned the project into a battle between jobs and the environment. As a result, the Security and Sustainability Forum has decided to conduct a poll to find out if readers of its blog agree or disagree with the president's decision.
(3 comments) SHARE Saturday, February 6, 2010 Slow Job Growth in America: Truth or Just Plain Hype?
While there have been massive job layoffs since the recession began in 2007, there are some industries that have added jobs since the beginning of the recession -- a far cry from what we've been hearing in the media.