Posted by SJC on February 11, 2006, 9:54 pm
Thanks for your personal real world example. For those of us who
are not green eye shade, sharp penciled accountants, it is good to hear
that there are some further benefits in the state and federal tax codes to
encourage renewable energy investments. It would be good if anyone
who has any links for these financial facts, would post them for all to see.
This is the main one I go to for state programs, maybe their links
page has even more on Federal tax credits and such.
Posted by Mary Fisher on February 14, 2006, 5:51 pm
Butit comes from the grassroots, not just government and business.
Here, if you say you want to save energy you get big questions about payback
(which is irrelevant, you don't ask how long it will take, for instance, to
get your money back when you buy a new car,which we don't), or about how
much energy investment is needed to make your devices, or about how ugly
Now, how ugly is a starved Earth?
Or a war-torn one??
Posted by Johnny on February 14, 2006, 6:43 pm
Do you mean the sight of starved people?
How do we know what will happen next?
Where is that good place where there is enough of each quality that ensures
that we all live in harmony enough?
That place is supposed to be here on Earth.
Posted by John Beardmore on February 14, 2006, 8:03 pm
So make it happen then...
Posted by John Beardmore on February 14, 2006, 8:02 pm
No but we do get a lot personal gratification as opposed to a certain
amount of protection of global commons.
Well - some of us do...
Such as ?
Yes - I know what you mean, but this seems to be emotive and general
rather than dealing with the specifics of what each of us can do.