Sometimes, if you're going to do something, do it. And worry about the consequences later.
Right now, I'm looking a the new site, and realizing how sharp a cut it was to do at 11 PM at night. But what's done is done, and with the cut over, a slew of new efforts will be required.
Truth is, this went into hibernation for a while, so while it's a rough way to restart a blog, it is a restart. And should be handled this way.
Building a Green Economy
How we can afford to tackle climate change.
I don't always agree with krugman. However, on this element of
building a green economy. I am in agreement.
Put the Market as the second slide (is this company worth paying attention to?)
Put the resources being looked for as the second slide (why should the audience be in the room?)
about VC it is already covering well known issues. I'm hoping that's
the case with this water utilities article. It is a major problem. And
one that affects millions in this country. And a problem few see and
few care about.
The right way of doing things is to have a potable water system
separate from the firefighting system. But that is too radical an idea.
From The New York Times:
TOXIC WATERS: Saving U.S. Water and Sewer Systems Would Be Costly
using any form of waste energy for productive uses is interesting. Using it to split water makes it more attractive
Market conditions have reduced the advantage that some pension plans used to enjoy. Now everyone is fighting for the same return. No such thing as a free lunch. With enough invesments in highly risky deals some will go to zero.