The Green New Deal

David Appell on the Green New deal: I wish it was only about carbon without the social welfare proposals, such as (G) ensuring that the Green New Deal mobilization creates high-quality union jobs that pay prevailing wages…. (H) guaranteeing a job with a family-sustaining wage, adequate family and medical leave, paid vacations, and retirement security... Continue Reading →

Strong Opinions, Loosely Held

This sums me up pretty well: Strong Opinions, Loosely Held I do receive feedback that I express strong opinions. Some people even make that sound like a negative thing. In my networking career, my core value proposition was to develop a strong opinion to suggest, explain and justify spending millions of company dollars. ... I’m... Continue Reading →

Leaving WordPress?

... Maybe I am looking for recommendations on a good WordPress replacement. I am not thrilled with the new post editor and this seems like a good opportunity to learn new web technologies. This WordPress blog is over a decade old so there is a fair amount of content that will need to be migrated.... Continue Reading →

Why I Vote Green

Recently in British Columbia there was a perfect example of why, when I find myself in the voting booth, I vote green. I do this even where there are more “mainstream” parties saying all the right things regarding climate change. I do this because I know that in order to reduce GHG emissions governments are... Continue Reading →

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