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Here's How to Help Keep British Columbia (Properly) Green After The Winter Olympics

Amidst climate change that has led to an unusually warm winter even by West Coast standards that made mush out of Cypress, the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games has seen some green achievements, some of which are staying and...

Contributing Sources of Weird Weather? Look In The Mirror

I live in the Pacific Northwest where the weather for the past several days resembles what has become the norm on the East Coast: hazy, hot, and humid. The smaller businesses and most homes in this part of the world aren't...

Green Transportation: Upcoming Pacific Northwest Intercity/Regional Rail Conference

Intercity and commuter/regional rail offers, when done right, a greener alternative to driving and flying not only in reduced energy consumption but also in enabling compact high-density and walkable development on existing brownfield lands as opposed to car-oriented low-density greenspace-munching...

Why EVs (etc.) are NG

I have long been skeptical about electric or other alternative-fueled vehicles as truly green technologies because they all consume vast amounts of life-giving open space to transport comparatively few people and goods, drives more sprawl, which does likewise, and incurs...

Green Ideas Overheard At ITEXPO West

Several ideas/observations overheard at ITEXPO West last week in Los Angeles...1. Get rid of the ethanol subsidy Ethanol production--from grains as opposed to biowaste--is being criticized for generating more pollution than it solves through processing and transportation.Kind of like LEED buildings...

Travel Green: Free Yourself From the Labor of Driving

This Labor Day weekend, literally walk the walk on going green, and keep the car at home or at least minimize its use. Here are some ideas:--Walk, cycle, and yes, take transit (even the lowly bus) to local parks, historical sites,...
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