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Your 2009 Sustainable Resolution

by Doug on January 8, 2009

It’s that time again. SustainAbler wants to know what simple change you will make to live a more mindful, less wasteful life over the coming year. Mine is quite simple. NO MORE PAPER COFFEE CUPS. I drink a ton of coffee and waste a ton of to-go cups. No more. I’m going to

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The Poetry of Global Warming

by Doug on June 13, 2008

I had the great fortune to hear Robert Hass, this year’s Pulitzer Prize winer in poetry and a former US poet laureate, read and lecture at the 2008 Rosenberry Writer’s Conference at the University of Northern Colorado. With a sensitivity that relies on the senses themselves, Hass’ work can take on political subjects that even [...]

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Consumption Awareness

by admin on April 18, 2008

After five months with the InPower PowerView system, a software / hardware application that monitors our energy consumption and the production of our solar array on a minute by minute basis, I finally understand a comment Yvon Chouinard made at the Rocky Mountain Institute 25th Anniversary panel discussion. He was asked what was one thing [...]

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Would You Subscribe to an Electric Car Service?

by Doug on March 7, 2008

We hate buying cars. A car is an investment that immediately loses value and costs money for the rest of its life. Worse, of course from a “green” standpoint, is the damage burning fuel causes. But Silicon Valley entrepreneur Shai Agassi’s plan to create an electric car system that operates much like a cell phone [...]

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Kiva Microbusiness Lending

by Doug on February 13, 2008

Yesterday was my birthday. I’m 39. I honestly don’t want much anymore, except for my family to be happy, bills to be paid, and a little quiet time. But my brother gave me a meaningful present—a gift certificate for Kiva.org, a web site that allows you to make donations to micro-business lending groups across the [...]

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Solar Energy from the Couch

by admin on January 4, 2008

Walking around to the side of the house and watching your electricity meter spin backwards is sweet. But checking your energy production and consumption from the comfort of your couch is even sweeter.  We just installed a 6.8kW PV system on our house 

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Your Sustainable Resolution

by Doug on January 2, 2008

Welcome to 2008. Now make one resolution. Make one simple decision, about one thing in your life that you can change to reduce your impact on the planet. Make it something achievable. Make it something that’s important to you.

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If You Want It

by Doug on December 26, 2007

I stayed home from school the day John Lennon was shot in December 1980. I was 11 years old and probably more idealistic— and at times, I think, smarter—than I am now. This Christmas I heard “Happy Christmas (War Is Over)” while I was playing

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Can a corporation do no harm?

by Doug on August 23, 2007

Can a corporation do no harm? SustainAbler talks with social entrepreneur Eric Reynolds Entrepreneur, futurist, activist, guru—it is hard to classify Eric Reynolds. The founder of Nau is uncomfortable with such praise, though, since he feels it is only recently that he has focused his energy on his longstanding goals

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