I grew up eating vegetables and fruit grown in our backyard, fish that was freshly caught by me or other members of my family, and nuts and berries grown on my grandfather’s farm. That dramatically changed with the arrival of McDonald’s, TV dinners and readily available frozen fruits and vegetables by the time I reached [...]
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Imagine a world where Tony Soprano drives a Prius, the kids from the Jersey Shore recycle their beer cans and Teresa of Real Housewives of New Jersey joins a Green Team.
Believe it or not, I don’t think these scenarios are completely outrageous—except that Tony would more likely drive the Cadillac Escalade Hybrid.
We are surfing the [...]
Posted in Environmental Planning on Apr 7th, 2010
I love modern art and modern art history – stemming from my past life as an art student. During my studies, I discovered the role of “salons” in introducing and advocating new ideas – in particular, Cubism – into popular culture. These informal soirees encouraged introductions and discussion that successfully furthered the acceptance of the [...]
Welcome to the Circlepoint blog 2010! We’re excited to share our thoughts, insights and observations about effective communications, projects we’re working on, and sustainability challenges that affect us all – from transportation and climate change to water supply, emergency management and land planning.
We hope to connect with others who share similar interests and want to [...]