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Posts Tagged ‘energy’

How Do We Move Towards Sustainability?

How Do We Move Towards Sustainability?

Using well-developed dialoguing and visioning processes involving the entire community, people could develop new ways to organize themselves with community-supported agriculture, barter and alternative currencies, solar and wind energy, holistic and [...]

Grid-tied PV is Stupid

Grid-tied PV is Stupid

If we don't do energy efficiency first nothing else works or makes sense. And as long as the utilities keep the ratepayer ignorant they can keep building new coal nuke gas solar wind etc power plants.  Have we reached peak energy stupidity yet? [...]

New Resolutions

New Resolutions

By now, most of us have forgotten our New Year’s Resolutions and are consumed by the ongoing fray of our daily lives.  I write today to urge people to take on a NEW RESOLUTION that will actually make a difference- take action now to significantly [...]

Lovins: The business case for climate solutions

Lovins:  The business case for climate solutions

As a local Colorado business, Natural Capitalism Inc. urges Senators Michael Bennet and Mark Udall to protect the EPA's authority to enforce the Clean Air Act by regulating CO2 emissions as harmful to human health. Not only are climate solutions [...]

City Council Priorities: Taking the Long View

City Council Priorities: Taking the Long View

In early January, the Daily Camera interviewed City Council members regarding their goals (see here) for the coming year,  in preparation for the goal setting retreat that occurred later in the month.  As I read through the goals – everything [...]

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