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Links for August 11th through August 17th

by Mel Starrs on August 18, 2010

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[Edited 18 Aug – for some reason some blank links have been publishing – all the links I have tried to send are there, these appear to be addition. I suspect it is a result of me messing around on iPhone and iPad with settings – hopefully will be fixed next week – I’ve deleted […]

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by mel starrs on November 27, 2008

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What I’ve been reading about: The future is bright (and it’s not greenwashed) | Tom Chance’s website – We need deep transformation on all levels, from the personal to the inter-governmental. But "deep green" messages about transformations in policy, infrastructure, values, even the basic organising principles of our economies are – to be frank – […]

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by mel starrs on July 6, 2008

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What I’ve been reading about: Zero carbon targets debated at AECB conference – Discussions on renewables and greenwash Models of whole life costing – Building Services Journal – Book review by Hywel Davies of Whole Life-cycle Costing: Risk and risk responses BSRIA Infonet: Whole-Life Costing Analysis, Churcher D : Books & Downloads – Publications for […]

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These are my links for June 15th through June 18th: Carbon Trust publishes views on Green Tariffs | Carbon Trust – In light of these concerns, for voluntary reporting purposes, Defra recommends that organisations calculate emissions from renewable tariffs using the average electricity emissions factor for the UK Shh – don’t tell anyone – these […]

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by mel starrs on April 29, 2008

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What I’ve been reading about: The Game Plan : A solution framework for climate change and energy. – Great Creative Commons slideshow on climate change (via Dave Pollard). The Greenwash Guide – Futerra's pdf (44 pp) on Greenwash is a guide on how to spot, prevent and avoid greenwash for consumers, companies and agencies. Bonus […]

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