Monthly Archives: April 2019

We Need to Think Much, Much Bigger

Conference in Bridgeport Sunday, April 28 by Stanley Heller I go to conferences about climate all the time and mostly people talk about working on very small scale projects.  We should all be supportive of new ideas, for efficiency, recycling, … Continue reading

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Build Paper Mills and Glass Factories

Years ago you went shopping and the grocery store packed all your stuff in sturdy paper bags.  At some point they shifted to cheaper plastic.  If you ask for a paper bag now they’ll give you a bag, but it’s … Continue reading

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It’s Not Only Greed – It’s the System

  In talking to the media Ahold Delhaize  the company the owns Stop and Shop, says it needs all kinds of give-backs from workers to “stay competitive”.  With a company that made a profit of near $600 million in the … Continue reading

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