Archive for the Economics Category

Ecology vs. Economy

This is an interview I did with Bill Perry of the Financial Freedom Library on the subject of economy vs ecology, and how being green makes good financial sense. Bill contacted me a few weeks ago to ask if I’d be interested in doing an email interview for his site, based on an article I wrote abou

Posted byon07.20.2006inEconomics

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Large-scale cheap solar electricity

Large-scale cheap solar electricity

"Nanosolar, a startup in Palo Alto, CA, announced plans to build a production facility with the capacity to make enough solar cells annually to generate 430 megawatts. This output would represent a substantial portion of the worldwide production of solar energy. According to Nanosolar's CEO Mart

Posted byon06.27.2006inEconomics, Energy, Sustainable Tech

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Biodegradable credit cards

Biodegradable credit cards

Corn plastic (NatureWork® PLA) is manufactured from corn, an abundant and annually renewable resource. Since corn is domestically grown, it is readily available for manufacturing, supports US farmers, the US economy, and reduces dependency on foreign

Posted byon06.25.2006inEconomics, Sustainable Tech

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TIMESTRIPS: INTELLIGENT LABELS TO REDUCE FOOD WASTE

TIMESTRIPS: INTELLIGENT LABELS TO REDUCE FOOD WASTE

Timestrips are single-use, disposable, smart-labels, which automatically monitor lapsed time, ranging from under 1 day to 6 months. The technology behind the revolutionary Timestrip works by capillary action, allowing a tinted liquid to migrate through a m

Posted byon06.15.2006inEconomics, Society

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