Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Limit to Growth – The Two Shades

I was scanning the internet, trying to find other advocates for what I have recently started to call the 4th Industrial Revolution (October 22) — a revolution that will be fueled by sustainable energy sources, replacing the ones that pollute … Continue reading

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Limit to Growth – Again?

The reason that I am writing this series of blogs is to try to do whatever I can to prevent what I previously called a “Self Inflicted Genocide” (April 22); one, which in my opinion, and that of many others, … Continue reading

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A Voice From the Inside of a Feeding Transition

In the last few blogs (September 24 – October 8), I have tried to make the case that we can aim for a reasonable global strategy based on the IPCC SRES B1 scenario.  This calls for limiting anthropogenic changes to … Continue reading

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Mañana

Mañana is a common expression (derived from Spanish but used much more generally) that translates as tomorrow or in the indeterminate future. It is also the common denominator of my “Three Shades of Deniers” (September 3 blog) that I have … Continue reading

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Cost Effectiveness

In the previous blog (September 24) I outlined a “victory,” based on IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) projections, which will allow us to stabilize the composition of the atmosphere at levels that adaptation will be able to handle. I … Continue reading

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