Resource: The Power of Place: Geography for the 21st Century
How would you explain 21st century economics in just a minute
Additionally, the lack of acknowledgement of the “invisible” social and environmental consequences (in production, process, and waste disposal) of technology in the 21st century (let alone a call to examine and act upon other social justice issues)–almost makes this article completely ignorable.
Revitalizing U.S. Economic Growth in the 21st Century
It is as though this blogger (a self described elementary school teacher and entreprenuer in Iceland) is living in a world with blinders on. What I feel most worked up about, is that I know Hrannar’s perspective is not unique. In his piece about what should and shouldn’t be part of 21st century schools, there is no mention of how climate change, peak oil, habitat destruction, species extinction, potential economic meltdown, poverty inequality, or any of the other imminent challenges that we are facing are going to affect our lives in the upcoming years.