Posts tagged ‘green’

Humour is the Only Response to Bureaucracy

I’ve been doing a lot of on-site work with a particular client this year. They have those super-powered hand dryers in all of the bathrooms. Above…

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An Overly-Green Bathroom

I’ve been doing a lot of on-site work at a client’s office this year. I’ve been holed-up in a kind of satellite office, which has a…

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Cover the Earth! With Paint!

These are signs from a paint store near our apartment. Maybe I’m just a tree-hugging leftie, but I’m not sure I would have gone with this…

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Could You Fill Only One Trash Bin For Three Months?

A couple of months back, I read about the Clean Bin Project. It’s finished now, and here comes the documentary: Taking out the Trash- The Clean…

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No Impact Man, The Movie

A couple of years ago, over on DeSmogBlog, I wrote a guest post about No Impact Man. I quoted a New York Times article about his…

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Make the Provincial Government Keep Their Promise on the Great Bear Rainforest

This qualifies as a client plug, I suppose, but it’s a cause that’s really close to my heart. We’re doing some work with Greenpeace Canada, Sierra…

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Goodsense: A Green Ad Network

For the past couple of years, I’ve advocated to anybody who would listen that I thought there was great online opportunity in forming a green ad…

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Tag Clouds, Election-Style

I’m a big fan of Wordle. Everybody likes pretty tag clouds, but until recently, I’ve had no practical use for the tool. What with the forthcoming…

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