We hear the same reasons to get organized all the time: saves time, money, energy, blahblahblah. From time to time, I’ll give you real world reasons why you should light the fire under your toucas and get organized once and for all. 584 more words
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By Charles Paxton
Last Saturday, with Brian Morris, I went to the Eden Communities Conference 2013 hosted by Action for Communities in Cumbria (ACT) at Kirkby Stephen’s Grammar School. 519 more words
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“Overall, poverty and the environmental crisis are inseparable. Just as there is a synergy between different ecological crises, there is a synergy between the global environmental crisis and the social crisis: they respond to one another, influence one another, and deteriorate in tandem.”
On Monday, FEMA is hosting two opportunities to participate in a webinar titled “Leveraging Whole Community Approaches to Achieving Effective Disaster Risk Reduction.” The purpose is to…” receive recommendations for actions FEMA could take over the next four years to better support, influence and leverage Whole Community disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation and community disaster resiliency. 63 more words
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Beneath Tokyo lies a series of tunnels known as the G-Cans Project.
—By Chris Mooney
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The so-called global warming “pause”—in essence, the contention that global warming has slowed down or even stopped over the past 15 years—drew dramatic media attention.