Tag: sustainability

  • Giving Up Is How You Win

    There’s no one to blame for where the world is today except you and me. We, the 6.69 billion polluters, consumers, spenders, influencers and voters – of which only a insignificant fraction of are politicians. By our actions we decide daily where our world is going. And unfortunately, we continue to decide poorly. Most of us are unable to think beyond our immediate boundaries (walls, people, needs) – and even those that do aren’t able to do enough to counteract the forceful disregard so many others have for the impact of their decisions on the world we all share.

  • Wind Power to Blow Strongly

    From Shanghai Daily: Wind power to blow strongly CHINA is expected to increase its total offshore wind-power capacity from 5,000 megawatts in 2015 to 30,000MW by 2020, a senior official at a hydropower institute said. “Shanghai as well as Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Shandong and Fujian provinces have already submitted their offshore wind-power blueprints. Their combined off-shore […]

  • Video Games can Save the World

    Game makers have been perfecting the concept of “Virtual Worlds” for decades now. Soon, the virtual world will be all but indistinguishable from the real thing. In some respects it will be better – and in a very important respect it will be hugely superior: When you build, market, or buy something in the virtual world you’re buying bits and bytes. The impact on real world resources is insignificant.