Monthly Archives: August 2009

Change is Gonna Come

School is back in session.  The new interns have arrived.  We are even back to opening windows at night.  Feels good.

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The Reason for Children

I’m a little bit blown away.  My daughter Jessalyn just published an issue of g-think for her New York advertising firm.

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Kate’s Goodbye

This is ridiculous.  Kate was an Intern with us for a long time.  And she has only moved to Raleigh.  When I read this, I sadden, and suggest the entire project move into her apartment.  Here are Kate’s words:

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5-Day Biodiesel Workshop

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Making Movies

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The Carbon Charter

I’ve just finished Godo Stoyke’s The Carbon Charter; blueprint for a carbon free future (New Society Publishers, 2009) and I must say it should be required reading for every policy maker and lobbyist in the land.

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