Category Archives: Sustainability

Nuclear energy, sustainability, Japan and a new beginning?

The recent earthquake, tsunami and subsequent nuclear accidents have certainly re-illustrated serious questions about nuclear energy and its safety. How does these relate to sustainability issues? Atomic power has often been cited as an important “bridge” technology for the transition

Nuclear energy, sustainability, Japan and a new beginning?

The recent earthquake, tsunami and subsequent nuclear accidents have certainly re-illustrated serious questions about nuclear energy and its safety. How does these relate to sustainability issues? Atomic power has often been cited as an important “bridge” technology for the transition

Climate Adaptation in the Nordic Countries conference

Just got back from the first day of sessions at the Climate Adaptation in the Nordic Countries conference. A few interesting talks so far, and good to see a wide range of stakeholders and researchers from many different places represented.

Climate Adaptation in the Nordic Countries conference

Just got back from the first day of sessions at the Climate Adaptation in the Nordic Countries conference. A few interesting talks so far, and good to see a wide range of stakeholders and researchers from many different places represented.

Site updated

The service information section has been updated. You can now find more details on eco-design, strategic environmental assessment, life cycle analysis, GRI reporting, and cleaner production on the ABLE thinking website. More to follow soon, especially in the WORK section.

Site updated

The service information section has been updated. You can now find more details on eco-design, strategic environmental assessment, life cycle analysis, GRI reporting, and cleaner production on the ABLE thinking website. More to follow soon, especially in the WORK section.

Deflation and forced sustainability

The New York Times has an interesting piece on economic stagnation in Japan, and how it has forced many citizens there to cut back on spending and consumption. Many have lost the upper-middle class lifestyles, and now live with less,

Deflation and forced sustainability

The New York Times has an interesting piece on economic stagnation in Japan, and how it has forced many citizens there to cut back on spending and consumption. Many have lost the upper-middle class lifestyles, and now live with less,

The iPhone 4 and Sustainability

Now that the iPhone 4 hype has died down a bit, I figure it might be time to take a look at how it does on the sustainability front, mainly in regard to new features, and to the last generation

The iPhone 4 and Sustainability

Now that the iPhone 4 hype has died down a bit, I figure it might be time to take a look at how it does on the sustainability front, mainly in regard to new features, and to the last generation