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Things as They Are Meant to Be Seen: The Inklings and Aesthetic Theory (A Forgotten Rehearsal)

Did you know that the Grey Havens Group is planning a Real Myth and Mithril Symposium for 2015? We have some very impressive talent lined up for this event. 319 more words


Greenhouse Gas Protocol: Neue Scope 2-Guidance veröffentlicht

Nach langen und teils intensiven Abstimmungen hat das Greenhouse Gas Protocol nun seine finalen Richtlinien für die Berechnung von Scope 2-Emissionen vorgestellt.

(http://www.ghgprotocol.org/scope_2_guidance ). 458 more words


Goal Area 2.3: Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

This goal the City has set for itself, reduce greenhouse gases, might be considered a no-brainer in development of a climate action plan or sustainable community strategy. 624 more words


Grey Havens Doodles!

At every Grey Havens and Grey Havens YA meeting, we are fortunate to have many artists in our midst. One day, I hope to catch up on scanning and posting at least some of the amazing pieces of art that seem to magically appear during our book discussion meetings. 287 more words


Carbon Morality

When a CEO of a major utility talks about controlling CO2 emissions, it’s clear America’s standard of living is under attack.

David Crane, CEO of NRG Energy, in his article in EnergyBiz, titled Carbon Morality, claims that those who argue against solar and wind will “lose the hearts and minds of future generations of Americans”. 585 more words


Changes to Ontario Greenhouse Gas Emission Reporting Regulation

The Ontario Government is seeking comments on various suggested changes to the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting Regulation. The aim of the changes is to simplify greenhouse gas emission reporting in Ontario. 71 more words


A Holiday in the Hobbit Hole

Did you know that Father Christmas has a special watch that allows him to be in many places at one time?

It made it possible for him to make a few pre-Christmas visits to bring cheer to members of the Grey Havens Group. 131 more words