This from random links that I have ‘favourited’ over the last while and want recorded for future reference…
It looks like the world’s oil reserves have been deliberately overstated.
The ‘Green Agenda’ may be good for developed countries but perhaps counterproductive for developing countries.
A really good initaitive in Cape Town with the faith and business communities working together for the Common Good. (Can LIV be the catalyst for something similar in Durban?) Also 350 bible verses relating to ‘creation care’.
One of the results you get when you google ‘postmodern engineering’ (PoMo = postmodern)
An excellent primer on sustainability in the built environment: Playbook for Green Buildings and Neighborhoods.
What the industry wants – brief but perceptive thoughts from Seth Godin on how big business influences what we eat and our healthcare choices.
A link to Park-Tec because they have a picture of a security gate with great architectural desgn.
Singaporian design and sustainability consultancy I have worked with – CPG.
The darker side of Dubai (I hope to elaborate on this at some stage).
A South African engineer with (I think) some of the same intentions as me.
Solar water disinfection – water treatment could not be lower tech…