Posts tagged with International Affairs
Ecological Sanitation (EcoSan) allows peoples who are native/poor to have sanitation without the use of potable water
In the next couple of days I will feature a guy who has helped many people by designing and building ecological sanitation. No, I don't agree with some of his ideas. But the EcoSan is pretty cool, it has changed the lives of many people from the poor coastal people of Ecuador to the native peoples of Brazil's western jungle.
EcoSan is intended to answer the question: how do you wash your hands and dispose of human waste when potable water is not available or is just too expensive.
I am posting this "coming attraction" because there may be some in the Lawrence/Haskell/KU community who would find this interesting.
Tune in soon.
Greenies apparently really lie, cheat, steal, lack altruism, according to a well operated study with good experimental design.
Probably not much difference between Canadian greenies and American greenies, locally such as Merrill.
"Green shoppers" displayed some serious deficits in ethics across the tsks involved in this University of Toronto study.
and yes, global warming is now totally debunked because of the "hide the decline" e-mails, data showing that warming didn't occur in the past ten years, and the Russian IEA says that its climate data was cherry picked.
But then, these folks will lie cheat and steal, so what will they do next to maintain the myth of global warming?
The third pacific massive quake and Tsunami in two weeks has just hit:
7.8 Quake Strikes Off Vanuatu A powerful magnitude 7.8 earthquake has rocked the South Pacific near the Vanuatu archipelago, the U.S. Geological Survey reports, triggering a regional tsunami alert.
---Any readers have any experience with this island nation? There isn't anything very high there, so any Tsunami could cause massive death and distruction.
Was just wondering if there are any Lawrence connections.