“The human ecological predicament: Wages of self-delusion” is the title given MAHB’s recently featured document by William Rees of The Ecological Footprint fame. In it Rees bluntly makes the point that: “Ensuring an economically secure and ecologically stable environment for all requires: 1. that rich nations consume less to free up the ecological space needed for […]
By John Hollins, Chair CACOR Board of Directors. A commentary and proposal based on three articles posted recently to CACOR fora Introduction The membership of CACOR covers a wide span of academic background, experience, and cultural origin. All members of CACOR, however, possess a strong desire to understand whatever subject the association addresses. Like the […]
THE TEN ISSUES FOR 2017 ARE FROM SUSTAINABILITY’S ANNUAL TRENDS REPORT http://radar.sustainability.com/annual-trends-report/ SustainaAbility is a London based Think Tank focused on international sustainable development issues. The list below and its linked analyses are from its 2017 report. Below are the 10 issues that SustainAbility suggests have the greatest sustainability influence right now, calling out implications […]
When the summer really heats up, even the most robust central air systems can fail without proper care. Energy efficiency is vital. Maintenance and careful upgrades reduce the chances your air conditioner won’t quit in your hour of need. Keeping an eye on your home’s HVAC health also lowers monthly energy bills plus could save […]
Larsen C berg breaks off Well, everybody knew this was coming.