agriculture

Links for December 8th through December 12th

by Mel Starrs on December 15, 2010

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These are my links for December 8th through December 12th: Announcements > Green Building Certification Institute Launches LEED Fellow Program – Another interesting move: “In order to be eligible for the LEED Fellow designation, an individual must be nominated by a qualifying peer. A nomination period is open now until Jan. 7, 2011. Nominees must […]

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Links for May 21st through May 24th

by Mel Starrs on May 25, 2010

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These are my links for May 21st through May 24th: Two thirds of firms ‘unprepared’ for carbon legislation | ITworld – “At the moment most organisations are just using guess work,” he said. “This can’t continue. In the same way that financial auditors wouldn’t accept guesses as to an organisation’s cash position, environmental auditors are […]

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Links for January 15th from 14:23 to 14:23

by Mel Starrs on January 22, 2010

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These are my links for January 15th from 14:23 to 14:23: McDonald’s seeks to cut cows’ methane emissions | Environment | The Observer – The fast food chain, which uses beef from 350,000 cattle a year for its burger meat, is to conduct a three-year study into methane emissions from cattle on 350 farms across […]

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Links for May 12th through May 15th

by Mel Starrs on May 19, 2009

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These are my links for May 12th through May 15th: Blueprint for green stores | Forum For The Future – "Stephen Heal, the company’s director of climate change programmes, says that the Cheetham Hill store’s carbon emissions should be 70% less than those of an average store of its size in 2006. The sixth Tesco […]

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Del.icio.us.ness

by mel starrs on June 10, 2008

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What I’ve been reading about: Arup director on sustainability: communities should be retrofitted – 10/06/2008 – Contract Journal – Peter Head and Chris Twinn appear to be on completely different pages… Monbiot.com » Small Is Bountiful – Monbiot on why small is better:There is an inverse relationship between the size of farms and the amount […]

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