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On The Ugly, the Bad, & the Good: Thoughts on Greenbuild 2008

Stephen, one of my highlights was meeting you "in the carbon."  Good wrap-up and thanks for the links, and for participating in our video project.  I've seen the "rushes" and you were very, very fine.
November 24, 2008    View Comment    

On Who Will Get the Nation's Top Energy Job in Obama's Administration

Any idea on whether there will be Climate Czar?
November 14, 2008    View Comment    

On IEA Report Confirms Clean and Cheap Energy Needed to Power Global Development

The archive will be up today, but there was an interesting "sidebar" in yesterday's webinar about nuclear power about the adoption in the developing world of small-scale nuclear power...
November 14, 2008    View Comment    

On TerraPass' Press Release

Thanks for sharing... gosh, the last time I thought about TerraPass they were focused on personal carbon offsets.  What does this mean?
November 11, 2008    View Comment    

On Who Will Get the Nation's Top Energy Job in Obama's Administration

Also in the rumor mill: Katie McGinty.  I think we can count on the pick being more "high profile" than the last two.
November 8, 2008    View Comment    

On Welcome to blogger Costa Samaras

Welcome, welcome, Costa. Glad to have you here.
November 8, 2008    View Comment    

On Maximizing Wind and Solar Energy: Live Webinar Nov. 5!

Thanks for leading the discussion, Tom, and looking forward to the webinar today.
November 5, 2008    View Comment    

On Not Enough Dinosaurs

Hey, welcome Jake.  And thanks for the "shout out."
October 30, 2008    View Comment    

On From the Ashes of the Myth

Jake, we're working on it.  Agreed.  You can get all comments by going to "manage my community" and looking for the comments by rss function.
October 28, 2008    View Comment    

On A Slower Green Shift?

Interesting data point: people still opting for mass transit: http://tinyurl.com/5z3yg2
October 26, 2008    View Comment    

On A Slower Green Shift?

"Savvy consumers and businesses should recognize that cheaper gas is much more likely to be short-lived this time than it was after the first energy crisis."  My guess is that you are right, but we will be interested in seeing how this is reflected in consumer attitudes.  Will the U.S. consumer see buying a low-mileage or hybrid vehicle as a form of "savings," since there is a new emphasis on savings in this country?
October 25, 2008    View Comment    

On From the Ashes of the Myth

Agreed, Jake, a gangrenous elephant makes a great image.  I've known Bill M around the periphery for a while, since I lived in Charlottesville and had friends at the architecture school.  Can't wait to read the article.
October 25, 2008    View Comment