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What colour is your building – Awesome Book

The first book produced by a Cundallite (someone working for Cundall) and it comes with lots of accolades. With a forward from Sir David King the book provides a quantified and informal view to the total carbon footprint of our buildings. Awesome book Dave, and the information contained in the appendices are second to none www.whatcolourisyourbuilding.com All the […]

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10,000 hits and top 10 posts

I started blogging just under 6 months ago, in that time I have published 136 posts and managed to get over 10,000 hits so I wondered which posts got the most hits. There was a couple of surprises in there. Here’s the Top 10 1. Is it powered by coal and steam? – The irony […]

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The inconvenience of convenient travel

It seems to happen to me every few years, I travel overseas and end up picking up a bug of some sort from spending 24 hours on an aeroplane. I know the dangers of air travel are well documented in terms of air crashes but I wonder if the health costs of passengers becoming ill […]

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Originally posted on The Green Pavilion with green buzz:
■The hottest average maximum temperature ever recorded across Australia – 40.33 degrees, was set on Monday surpassing the old record of 40.17 °C set in 1976. (Bureau of Meteorology) ■The number of consecutive days where the national average maximum daily temperature exceeded 39°C has also been…

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Season’s Greetings from Green Santa

According to internet folklore Santa Claus wore a green suit until the 1930s when dastardly coca cola changed his suit to red to match their corporate colours to sell more soft drinks in the winter. Damn those corporate marketers. Who knows whether he wore green or red when he first set up shop at the North […]

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bag it

I love cool infographics, especially ones with a message this important. It’s also easy to say no bag thanks when you are only buying a few items.

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