For hardcore greenies, one of the most well known books in one edition or another is Limits to Growth. This is the endlessly discussed, debated, and, if you’re of the denier persuasion, reviled, book first published in 1972 that used computer modeling to sound the alarm about sustainability. While I have always considered it . . . → Read More: The Limits to Compassion
After (seemingly) endless analysis and navel staring, and (not coincidentally) (seemingly) endless patience displayed by my wife, we’ve taken the next step in our personal part of the electrification of personal transportation. Namely, we just bought the Nissan Leaf we’ve been leasing since March 2013.
Because of the perverse complexity of what should have been a . . . → Read More: The EV has landed
One of the weird little psychodramas that plays out among some electric car fans is a turf war between EVs and PHEVs. At first, and perhaps even second, blush this is just silly. We’re all on the same side, and we all want people shunning gasoline and driving on electrons as much as possible, . . . → Read More: EVs vs. PHEVs: The Battle of the Plugs
And by “it” I mean this blog and my interest in the climate change issue. Since it’s been quite some time since my last post, roughly 250 days, let me take a minute or three to explain where my head is at with respect to said Big, Ugly, and Urgent Topic, as well as where . . . → Read More: It’s aliiiiive! Well, sort of…
Beginning today, I am taking a sabbatical from this blog and my involvement with climate change for a currently undetermined period.
After wrestling for months (years, my wife might say) with the Big Question of what I can or should do in the climate change fight, I’ve decided that the best next step for me is to . . . → Read More: Administrivia note: Time to heal and reassess