Posts Tagged ‘Thomas Reece SJ’

Climate catastrophe: caught between hope and despair

Monday, December 6th, 2021
climate change

As world leaders gathered in Glasgow, Scotland, I was depressed by the inability of nations to deal with the coming climate catastrophe. The fault is not entirely on the heads of world leaders. They are only responding to citizens who are more worried about today than tomorrow. People are not convinced of the need to Read more

Bending the COVID-19 inequality curve

Thursday, April 16th, 2020

Three months ago, if you had asked who are the most important people in the U.S. economy, the response would have been investors, CEOs, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, bankers and others who are well rewarded by the marketplace. They all make scads of money. The response is much different today. Essential workers are now nurses, doctors, Read more