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by mel starrs on November 23, 2008

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What I’ve been reading about: A few policies to hedge against crashing oil prices | Yahoo! Green – Amory Lovins: "The reality is that oil prices have been perfectly random for 140 years. So, while the latest dive may distract some with short attention spans, it shouldn't affect those focused on long-term, viable solutions to […]

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by mel starrs on August 7, 2008

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What I’ve been reading about: Reader’s Rant – Building Services Journal – "BREEAM is about environmental damage reduction and not about sustainable development. Yet BREEAM is increasingly interpreted within the construction sector as being a metric for sustainable development. Use of the terms ‘very good’ and ‘excellent’ have become misleading because they are hijacked to […]

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These are my links for May 27th through May 29th: 10 Reasons Gen Xers Are Unhappy at Work – Harvard Business Online’s Tammy Erickson – Why Gen X are ditching corporate companies for start-ups. As always with lists, there are some generalisations, but some insight here. Show Us Your Food: A Q&A With the Authors […]

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Del.icio.us.ness for February 6th

by mel starrs on February 7, 2008

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What caught my eye today, February 6th: Answers to your questions (Jonathon Porritt) – Great interview with Jonathan Porritt. I particularly like his response to the thorny issues of BP/BAA and offsetting flights. FT no longer on the QT about wind power – Summary from Greenpeace on recent article on wind power in the FT […]

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