Strategy Elements for a Global Transition to working within Environmental Limits By Dr Michael Baker
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On Evolution, Asperger’s and Sustainability
It came to me in a dream this morning. We have evolved to recognise and respond appropriately to threats. Those who did not are no longer with us. How this relates to Asperger’s and Sustainability I’ll get to at the end of this article.
Series of Tubes
Introduction One of my distractions for the past couple of years has been playing Series of Tubes. This is a networking puzzle gadget by Wei-Hwa Huang that can be be added to a Google personalised home page.
10 Actions to Save the Planet
Here are 10 actions to save the Planet.
Taking Responsibility for Sustainability
You cannot outsource responsibility; responsibility is something one must take oneself. By admitting that things could be better, that a change is needed, one can become part of the change, can become physically and emotionally invested in seeing the change happen and to ensuring its success. Yet Green CO2, commenting on the recent launch of …
Bridging the Gap
High street retailer GAP released their fourth social responsibility report last week. Outlining the measures the company is taking to “make their clothes more sustainable” and to foster “a culture that supports responsible business practices”, the report is available online only and contains an impressive list of goals and progress against those goals.
Food Security and Sustainability
Today the UK Select Committee on Environment, Food and Rural Affairs have published their report on Securing food supplies up to 2050: the challenges faced by the UK.
Taming Office 2007
A few months ago I installed Office 2007 and became totally unproductive. After a short while I started looking for anyway to setup Office 2007 with the classic User Interface that Office had had up until Office 2003.
Taming Vista – Default Folder Views
This is the first in a number of posts on how to tame Vista.
‘Fish Technology’ for Severn Estuary?
In ‘Fish technology’ draws renewable energy from slow water currents the University of Michigan News Service describe a machine called VIVACE (Vortex Induced Vibrations for Aquatic Clean Energy). VIVACE has also been featured recently as “Ocean currents can power the world, say scientists” by Jasper Copping of the Daily Telegraph. The main benefits of VIVACE are that it …