Adbusters #75, JAN/FEB 2008

The Big Ideas of 2008

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The Big Ideas of 2008

Economic Conversion

Some of the world's top economists speak about shifting our priorities to save the planet.

Changing Climate

Mark Lynas is cautious of accepting that big business has changed its stripes on climate change.

Return to the Source

A visual tour of food's evolution from the organic to the synthetic.

Journalism's State of Emergency

How journalism turned from a watchdog to a lapdog of power.

Bush on the Couch

Matt Taibbi delves into the psyche of America's sickest president.

Plus opinion and analysis by Evo Morales, Bill Moyers, Timothy Garton Ash, Linda McQuaig, Herman Daly, Zbignew Brzezinski, Clive Spash, Guy Rundle, Gilles Raveaud, Lourdes Beneria...

Images by Peter Funch, Sas Christian, James Nachtwey, Miles Aldridge, Ed Kashi, Corey Arnold, Brian Ulrich, Delia Brown, Craig Cameron Olsen, Oleg Dou, Ricardo Barcellos, Bruce Davidson...

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The Big Ideas of 2008

The Digital Pitch

The rise of the digital media gives advertisers unprecedented access to your personal life. With billions of dollars at stake, corporations are using this powerful medium to hone their ads precisely to your interests and unconsciously influence your ideas and values.

The Big Ideas of 2008

Changing Climate

Once the preserve almost exclusively of environmentalists and scientists, 2007 was the year when climate change went big business. But this corporate volte-face raises some serious problems about† whether we should accept this overture or steer clear of what still looks like industry greenwashing.

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