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As I hinted in a semi-final post at True/Slant, this forum has found a new home, under a new name and with a new mission, at Forbes. The assignment has changed, appropriate to the developing realities of the politics and economics of carbon. I'll be pursuing green technology, its pioneers and [...]
 
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So long to the life we used to live

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My old man taught me to say "so long" whenever we parted because he contended "goodbye" should be reserved for permanent occasions, like the one Emily Dickinson refers to here:
Good-by to the life I used to live, And the world I used to know; And kiss the hills for me, [...]
 
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Chilling out for August

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When today’s boomers, not to mention today’s pre-boomers (the new-chic word for geezer) were young, stress had not been invented. Oh, moms got frazzled with everything, dads (and occasionally moms too) came home bushed after a long hard day at the office, office buddies groused about too much work for [...]
 
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Retirement village? Assisted living? Co-housing? Age-restricted or aging-in-place communities? Inter-generational cooperative? This space has explored many of the growing varieties of housing choices for boomers and elders when the time comes to downsize, rightsize, clear out or economize. Here's a new one that's making the news: think global. Even with (and [...]
 
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The 22 'Smart Energy' cities in America

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Well, hello, Columbus. ( Click here if you’re not a Philip Roth fan.) Some people were surprised when Columbus, Ohio, appeared on the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) list of the top twenty-two energy “Smarter Cities,” sharing the spotlight with towns better known for their deep green glow. Places [...]
 
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New studies on staying fit, living long

Staying fit in summertime -- you know, those steamy days when lying on a raft in the middle of the lake seems a proper choice for the strenuous life -- isn't always easy. But as it turns out, new studies indicate it's both doable and critical. Plus, it can keep [...]
 
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NOAA Study: All Indicators Show Climate Change is Undeniable

A new study from the US National Oceans and Atmospheric Administration shows that climate change is ‘undeniable’ — but does anyone really believe that will silence the deniers?
The NOAA study drew on up to 11 different indicators of climate, and found that each one pointed to a world [...]
 
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The latest Climate Denial Crock of the Week video from environmentalist Peter Sinclair comes in two parts.
 
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Arizona now toughest in the nation - on energy efficiency

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While the national media are focused on Arizona because of the state's controversial immigration law, there was virtually no coverage of a momentous leap in an area President Obama himself has declared "sexy." I'm talking about Arizona's adoption, Tuesday, of a toughest-in-the-nation rule on energy efficiency. The new rules require state-regulated utilities [...]
 
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Tony Hayward is having a sad day. You see, BP had to let their CEO go. Even the mutli-million dollar parachute his now-former employer slipped him at the door can't assuage the pain of getting his life back. But Tony is trying his best to keep a stiff upper lip, in [...]
 
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