Today I get to post a list of links to relevant blog posts that I received this month. This is called a blog carnival. I plan to do one on the first of every month. Please bookmark this page right now so you can come back later and read more posts. Remember the following posts do not necessarily reflect my opinions, nor do I necessarily confirm any information in them. Here they are:
Samuel Bryson presents New Year’s Day Resolution: The 30 Day Trial & Helping Others: posted at Total Wellbeing.
Wenchypoo presents In The Realm of the “Poor”: The Poor Chronicles Online (L-O-N-G) posted at Mental Wastebasket, saying, “Written in 2005–a comparison of what’s commonly thought of as poor and REAL poverty. There is no such thing as true poverty in this country when compared to the rest of the world.”
Wenchypoo presents In the Realm of the Poor Part Three: A Contrast in Poverty posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo’s Mental Wastebasket.
Wenchypoo presents In the Realm of the Poor IV: Globalized Poor (L-O-N-G) posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo’s Mental Wastebasket.
Wenchypoo presents “Help! I’ve Fallen and Can’t Reach My Microwave B… posted at Mental Wastebasket, saying, “Written in 2006, and discusses hunger in America.”
Jay M presents Tips for getting grants for your non-profit organization posted at 4 entrepreneur, saying, “how to get grant for your charity or non-profit organization”
Alvaro Fernandez presents Grand Rounds: Briefing the Next US President posted at SharpBrains, saying, “A letter briefing the Next US President on 40 Health Issues, based on Grand Rounds blog carnival submissions.”
T Ellis presents Animal Welfare and Cloning posted at evanescent, saying, “How animal cloning is perfectly moral and could solve the hunger problems of millions of people, as long as some short-sighted people try not to ban it.”
Daniel Lafleche presents A fascinating clip from the film Malaria Parasites posted at Film and Video Marketplace Blog, saying, “Why is it that 30 years ago malaria in Africa was no more serious than the flu? This 5-minute video provides an overview on what has happened, and pointers to help solve this health problem.”
Hung Nguyen presents EarthSave.org: Website posted at Meaningful Issues in Today’s World, saying, “My blog is a website intended to be a resource center for readers who are looking to educate themselves on meaningful issues. I cover many issues but this particular blog looks at how the Standard American Diet affects food production around the world and Earth Save, a website that informs readers about the impacts based on their food choices.”
Marilyn Terrell presents Rethinking Shanty Towns posted at Intelligent Travel, saying, “Katie Knorovsky interviews Squatter City author Robert Neuwirth about the ethics of treating slums as a tourism attraction.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of world hunger and poverty blog carnival using our carnival submission form.