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Links for May 26th through May 27th

by Mel Starrs on June 1, 2010

in News

These are my links for May 26th through May 27th: Some Transition Thoughts on the Energy Bits of the Queen’s Speech » Transition Culture – I'm not a particular fan of the Transition Towns movement (something too insular and regressive about it to sit comfortably with my world view, each to their own and all […]

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Links for May 17th from 14:52 to 14:52

by Mel Starrs on May 18, 2010

in News

These are my links for May 17th from 14:52 to 14:52: Sun Switch, solar PV systems | Financing PV panels – I expected to see new vehicles and mechanisms for financing capital investments for FiT's – looks like mortgages are the current winners: "If you don’t have the capital available or you decide to rather […]

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Links for April 9th through April 13th

by Mel Starrs on April 17, 2010

in News

These are my links for April 9th through April 13th: Building4Change : Bring disciplines together and get out more, Lovelock warns scientists – POE vs. DSM – similar case in point: "Lovelock also warned that scientists should not regard computer modelling as a substitute for traditional research methods in measuring and tackling climate change. He […]

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The great FiT debate

by Mel Starrs on March 29, 2010

in Feed In Tariff

Unless you have been under a rock for the past few weeks, you can’t have failed to notice the latest undiginified mud-slinging match between parties who are all allegedly “on the same side”. Putting aside what these puerile rants do for the image of the industry (have we learnt nothing from climate-gate?), who said what […]

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Links for March 6th through March 11th

by Mel Starrs on March 12, 2010

in News

These are my links for March 6th through March 11th: Resisting Dickensian Gloom | Planetizen – I often read stuff I don't agree with, just to keep myself in check. This article is pretty much the opposite of everything I believe. I don't even know where to start. Suffice to say, statistics can be manipulated […]

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