Monthly Archives: July 2012

Quid Pro Quo

Offsetting isn’t working and the carbon market is a farce. Sometimes I feel I have the patience of a saint. I have for so long been able to wait whilst the new systems “bed down” and discover whether they work … Continue reading

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Biodiversity? Who needs it?

Give something a name and it is almost at once compromised. This is an interesting exercise to observe as differing understandings are applied to the new entity. In a short time someone’s really good idea can be wholly or partially … Continue reading

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