In 2007 or so, I could not help myself – started to write on book on the personal or household economy, as juxtapositioned in the broader political-economic context of the United States, because for me that was a particularly difficult time in terms of the political climate.
That led me to wanting to have a blog and a direct outlook for the book. Over the years, I ended up cutting quite a few pages and I believe it is pretty short at this point, just 38 pages, last I checked…but I still have it here for sale for $2.45 with tax, or if you make a donation of a greater or lesser amount, I will send it to you by email within one business day.
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According to some reputable US news sources, of course we must first analyze the torrential rains before jumping to any conclusions tying said weather event to global climate change.
But if you are anxiously awaiting the verdict, check out this article:
Evidence linking rapid Arctic warming to mid-latitude weather patterns
Jennifer Francis, Natasa Skific
Published 1 June 2015.
No need to wait. This pretty much explains the situation.
“…As emissions of greenhouse gases continue unabated, therefore, the continued amplification of Arctic warming should favour an increased occurrence of extreme events caused by prolonged weather conditions.”
Keep on trucking.
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The self-published book by Dolores Hark entitled, "Living Frugally with Purpose and Style: the New Conserver," is now available for download.
Dolores has a Master's Degree in Economics and in Sociology from a reknowned U.S. based university. She provides a serious look at how to better manage Household Economics.
View the book outline here