Archive for December, 2009

Insight Links for Dec 30, 6:00 am

// December 30th, 2009 // Comments Off on Insight Links for Dec 30, 6:00 am // Digests, Insight

  • The World After Copenhagen, Richard Hames @ The Hames Report:
    Throughout my 35 years in sustainability it has always seemed odd that while so-called economic rationalism reigned over our political, economic and business worlds, rational thought wasn’t applied to issues like climate change. The risks were always clear, as defined…
  • New Life for Sale, Richard Hames @ The Hames Report:
    As Lily and Bart enter the polling station to cast their votes for the bioregional council elections of Gippsland they are assailed by a plethora of party volunteers. A throng of partisan hands clamour to re-program their hologram ‘how-to-vote’ cards…
  • Days of Miracles and Wonders, Richard Hames @ The Hames Report:
    Are you quite sure you don’t mind giving this interview? I turned my attention to the monitor, or more precisely, to the young woman on it. She was new to Al Jazirra and had obviously been told I rarely gave…

Insight Links for Dec 25, 9:19 pm

// December 25th, 2009 // Comments Off on Insight Links for Dec 25, 9:19 pm // Opinion

  • New Life for Sale, Richard Hames @ The Hames Report:
    As Lily and Bart enter the polling station to cast their votes for the bioregional council elections of Gippsland they are assailed by a plethora of party volunteers. A throng of partisan hands clamour to re-program their hologram ‘how-to-vote’ cards…
  • The World After Copenhagen, Richard Hames @ The Hames Report:
    Throughout my 35 years in sustainability it has always seemed odd that while so-called economic rationalism reigned over our political, economic and business worlds, rational thought wasn’t applied to issues like climate change. The risks were always clear, as defined…