The (frighteningly) fierce urgency of now.

Three years ago today, on October 10 2008, I wrote a blog for Britain's Forum for the Future whose strapline is 'action for a sustainable world'. They asked me as a British person, living in the U.S.A. (or Unsure State of America, as I then called it) to comment on the later stages of the 2008 Presidential Campaign and my response was this piece, The Fierce Urgency of Now: "Thankfully, the 2008 presidential campaign just [...]

By |2011-10-10T22:08:20-04:00October 10th, 2011|Just Sustainabilities|1 Comment

Green is not sustainable!

The highly trumpeted 'US and Canada Green City Index' reported on July 4th is a very well researched report. The ranking methodology was developed by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) in cooperation with report sponsor Siemens. In addition, input from an independent panel of urban sustainability experts provided important insights in the development of the Index. Ultimately however, it is based on eight environmental factors (CO2, energy, land use, buildings, transport, water, waste, air) and one political factor (governance). Welcoming the report [...]

By |2011-07-04T15:55:19-04:00July 4th, 2011|Just Sustainabilities|3 Comments