If damages caused by climate change go unclaimed, industries have no incentive to reduce emissions that contribute to climate change. That’s why an organization is developing software to compile damage claims against companies that create such problems. John Tulayev, one of the developers, explained to me what’s the idea and how it works. Stop: What’s the problem you’re trying to solve? Tulayev: Currently the world is being thrown out of equilibrium.
- In many parts of Italy there simply is no more room to use cars decently, regardless of their cost or emissions. For this reason, a few days ago I translated into Italian a beautiful post on the Frugal Urban blog about the benefits of car sharing in Ottawa. A few days later, the announcement of those translations on a mailing list prompted Damiano C. to write on that same list about his car sharing experience in Rome.
- October 10 2010 (10/10/10) is the day chosen for a Global Work Party that nobody should miss: _"The place is wherever you live. And the point is to do something that will help deal with global warming in your city or community. We’re calling it a Global Work Party, with emphasis on both 'work' and 'party'. In Auckland, New Zealand, they’re having a giant bike fix-up day, to get every bicycle in the city back on the road.
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- October 24th 2009 has been chosen for two celebrations that this year, for the first time, have been connected to each other. The first one is TAKE BACK YOUR TIME, a North American initiative that everybody, no matter where they live, should take very seriously and personally. Time is the only thing in your life that you can’t increase. You can only take steps (eating well, avoiding drugs and so on) to not reduce your theoretical life expectancy .