Thanks to the snow we got last night, this morning found me walking past my Leaf in the garage to the snow blower, which I had to refill with gasoline before clearing out my driveway.
While I was pouring about a quart of poisonous, smelly, highly processed, ancient algae into the snow blower’s tank, I wondered: Would . . . → Read More: Pondering transportation fuels
I just posted v1.0 of the “3 Civics and 7 Leafs” package.
You can grab the ZIP here.
The only change from pre-release 1 was the addition of PPT and PDF copies using PowerPoint’s “Newsprint” theme. So both the original white background and the themed versions are in the ZIP.
The main message, encapsulated in the chart from . . . → Read More: CCB: 3 Civics and 7 Leafs v1.0
One of the endless frustrations of trying to communicate about climate change with people who are relatively new to the topic, at least beyond the level of headlines and bumper stickers, is the paucity of really good introductory material. This is why I’m particularly pleased to see a new publication, Climate Change: Evidence & Causes, . . . → Read More: Climate Change Evidence and Causes
A pre-release version of Climate Change Bridge package number 1, “3 Civics and 7 Leafs” is now available.
Not only is this package a pre-release in the normal sense, meaning this is when the community will offer suggestions for changes, but it will also serve as a way to test drive the package development process.
The zip file . . . → Read More: CCB package: 3 Civics and 7 Leafs
RSN, of course, being everyone’s favorite TLA (three-letter acronym) for “real soon now”.
I just uploaded new versions of the Contributor Guidelines and the Package Development Guidelines. You can get them from the CCB Index page.
Barring any unforeseen events, I will upload the pre-release 1 version of the first CCB package, “3 Civics and 7 Leafs” . . . → Read More: CCB: New docs now, first package coming RSN
I just posted v0.5 of the Climate Change Bridge Package Development Guidelines[PDF].
Because this is a beta version of the document (note the version number), I’m particularly interested in getting feedback either here or in the CCB . . . → Read More: CCB Package development guidelines
There is now a Climate Change Bridge Google Group, which will be the home for project discussions for the foreseeable future.
My original intent was to create and host a forum on this site, likely using the excellent PHPBB package, which I’m guessing 99% of visitors here have used on at least one site, even they didn’t . . . → Read More: Climate Change Bridge discussion forum is open
I just posted the PDF file with the Climate Change Bridge Contributor Guidelines, v1.0.
I think this document should give everyone who is interested in CCB a much better understanding of what I plan to do with this project, as well as how people can contribute.
In the interest of getting everyone, including me, up to speed in . . . → Read More: CCB Contributor Guidelines
I just posted version 1.0 of the Climate Change Bridge project FAQ.
See it at the box of CCB links on the upper-left part of this page or jump right to . . . → Read More: Climate Change Bridge FAQ v1.0
Regular readers of my ramblings, transcribed hallucinations, etc. here have no doubt noticed a shift in tone recently as I’ve increasingly commented on what we climate activists are doing wrong. This has caused me to do a lot of evaluation of us as a group and in particular my contribution to the overall effort. . . . → Read More: Taking the Climate Change Bridge