Business planning in an ever more complex world

June 22, 2015 by  
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Businesses should engage in the complex social and political issues lapping at their doors such as inequity and climate negotiations. Here’s how.

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Business planning in an ever more complex world

Is Creating Green Jobs a "Sensible Aspiration" for Governments?

March 12, 2010 by  
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Photo via A Green Living That’s the topic of an ongoing online debate over at the Economist.com . In one corner, green jobs advocate Van Jones , who argues that governments should engage in the active practice of creating green jobs, by, for example, incentivizing clean energy projects. In the other, Andrew P.

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Busting a Myth: Does Facebook Comment Disprove Global Warming?

March 12, 2010 by  
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Image: Shefaet, Flickr This one goes out to mig. Mig wrote us and explained that yesterday a distant facebook friend posted this: “Oceans are the single largest CO2 reduction system in the world. Water Vapor is the biggest contributor of CO2 in the atmosphere and 97% of all CO2 in the atmosphere comes from natural sources, not man made.” Mig says: “Now, i’m not a scientist and don’t know enough about all of this to debunk or confidently argue the point or the source.

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Paperless Passports The Future of Airport Security? e-Passports with AMOLED Screens Announced at CeBIT 2010 (Video)

March 12, 2010 by  
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Screenshot via youtube video German company Bundesdruckerei showed off what it is calling the world’s first e-passport equipped with an AMOLED display at CeBIT 2010. It could be the future of airport security, ditching paper passports for one driver’s license-like card that can display a rotating view of the passport owner. And what’s even more amazing is that the card doesn’t need a battery for the screen to function.

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Massive Gap Widens Between Republican and Democrat’s Belief in Climate Change

March 12, 2010 by  
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All charts and graphs via EnviroKnow I’ve written before about the ever-increasing politicization of climate change –the thesis that the scientifically backed consensus that human activity is warming the planet is now treated as a political belief isn’t a hard one to prove.

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