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Oct 20, 2009


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This is great to see happening without government mandate; nobody wants a trash dump in their backyards, now or in the future.

Great post.


Nice. Michael, I really enjoy your peices on how markets/technology are resulting in environmental change for the better. There seems to be a constant tensions between one philosophy that says we're doomed and the only way out of this 'crisis' is to shut the whole system down and return to pre-industrial levels of production and consumption. Whilst on the other hand there is the philosphy that says we can think/adapt/design our way through this. It's interesting to see how much empirical evidence each philosophy has at it's disposal.

Michael W. Kruse

Thanks Phil. I think there has always been, and always will be, a tension between markets and environmental advocacy ... and that is healthy.

Michael W. Kruse

Thanks Virgil.

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