We at EcoGeek are happy to announce that the folks at the Wall Street Journal have joined the generic viagra cheap environmental blogosphere with the eco-business blog "Environmental Capital." Previously, the WSJ had a similar blog covering only energy issues, which I was a pretty big fan of, but now they're relaunching, bigger and viagra no rx required better.
EcoGeek and the WSJ have had, and will continue to have, our differences (for example, I'm not so sure about the "huge disagreement [as everyone knows] in the global warming debate" that they mention.) Actually, I think that's complete B.S. It's been about five years, in my opinion, since there was any "debate" at all. What we have now is pandering to people who only care about next quarter's numbers.
We're happy, at EcoGeek, to have moved on from any "debate" and toward solutions, which, in the end, are (quite literally) inifinitely more productive than debate.
But in any case, I welcome Environmental Capital to this space. Not as another member of the debate, but as a resource offering different kinds of solutions to a different, and very important, demographic.
written by Matt, January 30, 2008
written by George Vaccaro, January 31, 2008
written by lisa, June 13, 2008
written by Mel, March 19, 2009
written by Chris Minehan, April 03, 2009
|< Prev||Next >|