Acton Institute Powerblog Archives

Post Tagged 'economic development'

Monitoring African Aid and Development

Ecumenical News International (ENI) relates the launch last month of a new initiative in Africa, designed to “to mobilise a strong African voice in development.” The effort is called African Monitor and is led by the Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, South Africa, Njongonkulu Ndungane. Continue Reading...

Immigration Reform, French-Style

“As we look at how the immigration debate is unfolding, there are reasons to be concerned about the rule of law,” Jennifer Roback Morse writes. “The mass demonstrations of the past weeks reveal a much more sinister development: the arrival of French-style street politics in America.” Read the complete commentary here. Continue Reading...

Ecobits

Two quick bits for your Tuesday: – Federal judges on green junkets at your expense? CRC says so! – Is "steady state ecological economics" the answer to environmental and economic woes? Continue Reading...

Grand Rapids Growth

It has been a bit of a mystery over the last few months, as an anonymous group of developers had been purchasing up a series of properties near downtown Grand Rapids. Continue Reading...