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Links for September 15th through September 21st

by Mel Starrs on September 22, 2010

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These are my links for September 15th through September 21st: Pursuit of LEED could result in professional negligence, insurance executive warns – Daily Commercial News – Absolutely (same goes for BREEAM): “By adhering to a “recipe” or “formula” in order to earn points toward LEED certification, design professionals might be at risk of neglecting their […]

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These are my links for December 10th through December 15th: Monbiot.com » One Shot Left – "… if we are to give ourselves a roughly even chance of preventing more than two degrees of warming, global emissions from energy must peak by 2015 and decline by between six and eight per cent per year from […]

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by mel starrs on November 14, 2008

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What I’ve been reading about: CO2 output from shipping twice as much as airlines | Environment | The Guardian – "Shipping is responsible for transporting 90% of world trade which has doubled in 25 years." "Although the industry maintains that ships are more efficient at transferring freight than air, it admits improvements can be made." […]

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These are my links for July 18th through July 21st: Cost Analysis of The Code for Sustainable Homes: Final Report – Planning, building and the environment – Communities and Local Government – Revisions to Cyril Sweett's initial cost analysis for specific credits in light of the finalised technical guidance on the Code Open the Floodgates: […]

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These are my links for June 24th through June 26th: My M&M’s® – Get Your Favorite Faces on Your Favorite Candy – Upload a Picture and Message – Completely OT, but really? Printing photos on M&M's. Sex and the City and Handbag Insanity » Transition Culture – Poor Rob is stunned that women rent handbags […]

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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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