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Started by Kevin Carter May 7, 2010.
What are the best practices or codes that you subscribe to as a sustainability professional? Is your objective LEED Silver? Gold? Platnum? What has your organization decided to pursue?
Henry, since I probably won't get to it, please share your impressions. Dennis Boyer
Have just read the 3 page introduction but believe I will be spending some considerable amount of time reading the 300 + page reportFrom Judicial Watch blog:Buried deep in a State Department report that discloses the U.S. has spent billions to combat climate change in developing countries are surprisingly honest assessments of coal and fracking, both high on the Obama administration’s hit list.Once Americans get through the shock of their government blowing $7.5 billion to fight global warming in foreign nations, it’s worth taking a look at another important bit of information clearly intended to get lost in the 310-page document titled 2014 Climate Action Report. The U.S. government prepared it for our United Nations overlords to list all the good work it’s done to protect mother earth from the ills of global warming.“Climate change is one of the most urgent and profoundly complex challenges we face,” says Secretary of State John Kerry in an introduction letter attached to the report. He mentions all the great things the U.S. has done to reduce greenhouse emissions and reiterates the administration’s “commitment to leading the fight to confront climate change head-on for our children and generations to come.”Download 310 page report (~23 MB file)
Thought there might be some interest here in a recently completed climate policy citizen discussion guide.http://www.interactivityfoundation.org/project-discussion/projects-...
Have posted a discussion which could be of some interest/value to some
I invite everyone to join a new group which I Have created which could have some interest to some!Group Name: Climate Change
To provide a central point for discussion of the various issues surrounding Climate Change
Have posted a discussion which could have some interest/value to some:
Title: Green Data Centers
Forest Service is leading the way in achieving both cost ($1 million) and energy savings with their successful virtual conference - here's the blueprint for other agencies:
Paul asks how your organization meets its triple bottom line: http://www.govloop.com/forum/topics/people-planet-and-profits-how-d...
As a discussion facilitator and deliberation and dialogue practitioner, I work to raise "sustainability issues" in every governance discussion I am involved in.
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