Monthly Archives: February 2013
March 23, 8:30 PM, it’s time to shut down the lights as a manifestation for the environment. This is a great campaign for our planet, joining people from all around the globe – Join in! “That’s one small step for … Continue reading
Years back the IT-industry gave us a new abbreviation – WYSIWYG – “What You See Is What You Get!” At that time it was used to describe the transformation of word processors from simple “code-editors” into user interfaces that not … Continue reading
This quote by Confucius has been used in many, many variations and in endless situations in the past – let’s bring it into the Anthropocene. The latest version of the quote that I come to think of, goes like this … Continue reading
A Reflection! “The essential characteristic of social responsibility is the willingness of an organization to incorporate social and environmental considerations in its decision making and be accountable for the impacts of its decisions and activities on society and the environment” … Continue reading
Now and then I run into some smart infographic or compilation of data. It can be anything from Hans Rosling’s fantastic “Gapminder-bubbles” to a simple table of facts. Just recently I came across a couple of interesting one’s that I … Continue reading
In 22 Jan, 2013, the IEA released its first regional technology study plotting how to achieve carbon-neutral Nordic energy 2050. The report identifies five central challenges that the Nordic countries face in achieving a carbon-neutral energy system.