If your business practices are the embodiment of the picture above, I implore you to take heed. We know who wears no clothes. We’ve given it a lot of thought and we’re ready to take away your social license to operate. The game is over. The jig is up. We’re sick and tired of being sick and tired. We’re ready to open our windows to stick out our heads and yell.
In short, we’re “mad as hell and we’re not gonna take it anymore!
We all live in glass houses now. Choose your next move wisely as the time for cleverness has passed.
Company taxation: The price isn’t right | The Economist
Let’s kick the tires on this new Twitter feature, shall we?
I’m working on my final project for my Master’s program. All of my research has been on the failings and opportunities of global food systems. This last effort is attempting to look at the opportunities of shifting a significant portion of soil-based agriculture to aquaponic systems which would be situated in urban settings. (Aquaponics is the marriage of aquaculture, also known as fish farming, with hydroponics.) Aquaponic systems bring numerous benefits by cycling nutrients in closed loop system that mimics a natural ecosystem. Please take a look at the mind map below and share your thoughts in the comments. Let me have it if you think I’ve made a leap too far, or I’ve left off an important idea. I’d be happy to answer any questions you have as well as the goal is to put together a paper that has legs. (What’s the point otherwise?)
Please do share a thought or a question, I’d greatly appreciate it! 🙂
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Ensia, the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment’s (IonE) fairly new online magazine has fast become one of my favorite sources for information and inspiration. The latest post is no disappointment as it shares a song which was written using climate data. Check out the video and realize that the climate is continuing to trend towards the slasher flick range of the musical spectrum. Serious stuff.
The accompanying post is available here.