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Posts Tagged ‘social justice’
Let’s just say that I’m hypothetically ready to finally part with my 5 year old “comfy shoes.” Do I have to throw them away, or can they find a new life somewhere else?
TweetAs many of you know, this is the weekend for North Carolina’s Cash for Appliance rebate program. I don’t need to reiterate my objections to the recent series of “clunker” giveaways, but I’ll let Adrienne from Home Performance NC sum up one of the social costs: The only thing I’m not thrilled about in the [...]
Tweet Anyone paying attention to the Copenhagen climate summit is probably overwhelmed by the numbers, negotiations, rumors and rants plastering the media. The scoreboard above tries to simplify all of that by projecting the temperature changes expected under the current agreements. The estimates are generated using the C-ROADS software, a sort of “climate model lite” [...]
TweetNature is a series of connections. We recognized this when we moved from the “food chain” concept to a “food web,” each component intimately tied through consumption or waste to many others. Many of our industrial processes and systems have lost sight of that interconnectivity. We have inputs and outputs for a thousand tiny processes, [...]