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Bully’s Are Not “Willing Partners”

While many are upset over Ridgefield Mayor Ron Onslow referring to 18th Legislative District Representative Liz Pike as a “Farm Girl” during the October 6, 2015 Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council meeting, I am more concerned with the blarney uttered by Metro Councilor Shirley Craddick. 243 more words

Light Rail

Connected homes, political polls, and quicksand oh my! #CRC2015 #MRX 

Live blogged at #CRC2015 in St. Louis. Any errors or bad jokes in the notes are my own.

Leveraging methodologies and optimizing your product: How NRG developed a connected home solution… 550 more words

Marketing Research

Energy Efficiency Tax Consultation (UK)

Following the announcement of a review of the business energy efficiency tax landscape at the Summer Budget, HM Treasury is consulting (28th September to 9th November) to seek evidence and set out policy proposals to simplify and improve the effectiveness of the energy tax framework. 326 more words

New UK Law

Why Is Light Rail Being Discussed Again?

Clark County voters defeated a measure to extend Portland’s light rail line into Vancouver in 1995 by a 2 to 1 vote. Beginning in the early 2000’s, light rail became a growing issue and by 2008 it became the “Locally Preferred Alternative” chosen by the C-Tran Board of Directors, Vancouver City Council and the RTC.

Clark County Issues

Committee on Climate Change Challenge SoS on Commitment

The Government’s department responsible for energy and climate change has been seen to produce a number of statements in recent months that, on the face of it, sweep away commitments to renewables and pave the way for nuclear and fracking solutions. 153 more words

Children have rights, too!

We were strolling in The School @ Jaya One on Malaysia Day, when a huge mural on the wall caught our attention. The “Speaker’s Corner” signage was massive, but the cute cartoon mural underneath hinted that it was anything but a political space. 588 more words