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How to build a sustainable brand and boost employee morale in the process - Part I

Imagine this if you can.  It’s Tuesday and summertime in Ireland.  You’re in the office working away at your desk – and it’s the same old same old really. 843 more words

Sustainable Living

The downside of China's unbridled industrial growth

In Ian Johnson’s piece for the New Yorker, In the Air, he observes: “A recent study reported that in 2010 outdoor air pollution contributed to 1.2 million premature deaths in China, nearly double the number of deaths worldwide for malaria.”  … 119 more words

Conservation

proof positive

A flash of color

catches my eye

orange and black on lavender.

Could this be it,

could it really be?

Quick

take a picture

with my iPhone… 190 more words

Photography

Fracking frequently asked questions

Most people have heard of “fracking,” short-hand for hydraulic fracturing. However, they generally have little or no knowledge of the subject.

In order to answer some of the more important questions about fracking, this document “Fracking Frequently Asked Questions” has been prepared. 49 more words

Environmental Issues

Forum on Pipeline packs town hall in Royalston - published in Athol Daily News 7/24/14

ROYALSTON – In a special meeting of the selectboard on Tuesday,representatives of Kinder Morgan Inc. gave a presentation to a packed town hall and responded to questions and concerns from citizens and town officials regarding the natural gas pipeline proposed by Kinder Morgan’s subsidiary Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. 1,310 more words

Athol Daily News

It's About Time We Gave A Frack

The Buddhist teaching of the Oneness of Life and it’s Environment tells us that humanity, the World and the Universe are one.

That is why, if we wish to protect the environment, we must transform and purify the Three Poisons of Greed, Anger and Foolishness. 78 more words

Buddhism

OPINION: Don't embrace fracking so quickly

IMAGINE, if you will, the catch-22 situation that the UK is in with its power generation.

Its obvious resources are becoming unsustainable, like crude oil, North Sea and Scottish methane, coal – both in the UK and in Australia – and more. 885 more words

Opinion