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For the past year, the Cambridge, MA city government has had a Getting to Net Zero Task Force studying the implications of a net zero energy building requirement. They finished the draft report on March 16, 2015 and will have an open forum to introduce the study to the public on Wednesday, April 8. The Task Force defined net zero as "an annual balance of zero greenhouse gas emissions from building operations citywide, achieved through improved energy efficiency and carbon-free energy production," applying it to the net zero target at the community level . Comment?
Today's Subject: What I have learned about pooties and woozles, and their human friends . This diary is a politics free zone, meant for relaxing and unwinding for a few minutes, before going back to the serious stuff. Comment?
I'm not much for what the media business calls listicles. Which is tough this time of year, because they are everywhere. Comment?
I met Bob Lange at a presentation by Paul Polak , a social business entrepreneur for the bottom billion customers, hosted by MIT's D Lab, Design Lab , in April 2008. Bob was then combining cleaner cookstoves with solar electricity in a village on an island near Zanzibar: "About a mile from Unguja, the southern major island of Zanzibar, there is the Island of Tumbatu. Comment?
The death of Tom Magliozzi: So many Saturday & Sunday morning runs around Lake Merritt and walks in Redwood Park were made much brighter and a lot more bearable and fun by listening to Tom and Ray Magliozzi's Car Talk program on NPR. Even though the show has been on rerun mode for the past few years, I'm still tuning in on occasion & enjoying the heck out of it. Comment?
Is it possible? Could there actually be a race for the Democratic nomination between the two most preeminent women in the political world who both co-incidentally inhabit the same political party? Evidence is mounting that we may possibly have a horse race for the winner's circle. Has my incessant jumping off my dresser while thinking of good things finally borne fruit and convinced Elizabeth Warren at a sub-atomic level that she really should run for President? Modestly, I refuse to take complete credit, but it does appear that she might actually be giving it serious consideration. Comment?
In a today's published PEOPLE interview , Elizabeth Warren was asked once again if she would run for president in 2016. In previous interviews, the fearless Senator from Massachusetts has used the simple word, 'NO' in all of her answers. Comment?
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