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Kamran Nayeri
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By John Vidal, The Guardian, May 4, 2016 Syrian refugess arrive in European shores. Syrian 5-year civil war is caused in part by climate change Climate change is spawning injustice, racism, intolerance and wars, according...
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By Coral Davenport and Campbell Robinson, The New York Times, May 2, 2016 Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana ISLE DE JEAN CHARLES, La. — Each morning at 3:30, when Joann Bourg leaves the mildewed and rusted house that her pare...
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By Lizette Alvarez, The New York Times, May 1, 2016 Coral killed by sediments from dredging of Miami port. MIAMI — The large-scale dredging of Miami’s port to accommodate the newest generation of freighters, an undertaking...
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By Kate Aronoff, Common Dreams, April 30, 2016 For two weeks this May, organizers across 12 countries will participate in Break Free 2016, an open-source invitation to encourage “more action to keep fossil fuels in the ...
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By Brian Pfieffer, Aeon, April 27, 2016 Pterinopelma sazimai (Cobalt Blue Tarantula) Ten years ago this spring, in the darkness before dawn, I switched on my headlamp, dialled in my compass, and set forth into a chilly A...
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By Greenpeace-Japan, April 3, 2016 For free PDF copy click here. The report is based on a large body of independent scientific research in impacted areas in the Fukushima region, as well as investigations by Greenpeace ...
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By Nafeez Ahmed, Truthout, April 30, 2016 It's not looking good for the global fossil fuel industry. Although the world remains heavily dependent on oil, coal and natural gas -- which today supply around 80 percent of our...
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By Ken Hircschkop, Radical Philosophy, May-June 2016 I have a vivid memory – too vivid to be an accident – of the first time I read something written by Ellen Meiksins Wood. It was an article in New Left Review on the s...
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By Kamran Nayeri, May 1, 2016 Assistant Editor, Latte. The key topics covered in the last 99 posts were the Cuban revolution/Cuba (15 posts), global warming/climate change (14 posts), socialism, ecological socialism (inc...
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By Irina Echarry, Havana Times, April 29, 2016 Blackie: before and after In Cuba, animals are at a disadvantage. No law protects them and there aren’t many humans involved in the struggle to get one passed. There are man...
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By Jim Naurkeckas, FAIR, April 21, 2016 When the Washington Post and New York Times are making the same corporate-friendly point, it’s safe to assume that some PR agency somewhere is earning its substantial fees. In ...
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Deep Ecology Socialist
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  • Ecosocialist, present
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Currently
Sebastopol, California
Previously
Tehran, Iran
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Introduction
I have lived and worked for a new world where humans live in harmony with each other and with the rest of nature all my adult life. Professionally, I worked almost 30 years as a professor and/or researcher for public universities: Almost 13 years at the University of California (9 years at Survey Research Center at UC Berkeley, 2 1/2 years at UC Office of the President), and 17 years at the Department of Preventative Medicine and Community Health at the State University of New York--Health Science Center at Brooklyn, and for 1 year at the School of Computer Programming and Planning  in Tehran, Iran).  Currently, I am researching, writing about and advocating ecosocialism (http://forhumanliberation.blogspot.com/). 
Education
  • Ph.D.
    Economics, 1994
  • New School for Social Research, Graduate Faculty
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