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As with many of my posts, this one came from a conversation I had with a colleague of mine. I had just saw a new building science product that combined an air/vapour barrier membrane adhered to a rigid exterior cement … Continue reading
Life is full of opportunities, if you are too focused on your percieved goal in life you run the risk of missing chances to meet new people and learn new things. I am glad that I was in the right … Continue reading
Quite often, the discussion surrounding sustainability is choke-full of either dire warnings about the future or optimistic yearning for the past. Outside of academic and technical writing, there is surprisingly little on the concrete steps a typical citizen can do … Continue reading
I read from cnet.com about the steps large companies are taking to improve their environmental sustainability, such as Walmart and greener energy sourcing, McDonalds and greener food packaging, etc. This led me think about a comparison between the sustainability activities … Continue reading
Number of years ago, I had the pleasure of reading Salah El Haggar‘s book on cradle-to-cradle waste management. You can find that book on Google here. Dr. El Haggar works at the American University in Cairo and I am hoping … Continue reading