I will be delivering my sixth ethics lecture and discussion at an FGI webinar in June. Convicted? No, I was never convicted….
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At the end of 2022, I feel compelled to spend some time and words on my personal sustainability progress this year. A bit of good news is that this topic tends to be in the forefront of my thoughts and my conscious decision making, at least more so than in the past years. I still […]
I continue to extend my efforts in personal (and industry) sustainability. I have made a second trip to Australia and again offset my CO2 emissions. I write this from a hotel in the USA on my third and likely final trip of the year. I continue to struggle with the conflicting need to “physically see […]
I was very pleased to be in Australia for 2 months this year in June and July. The initial focus of my trip was my participation in GEOANZ #1, which was held in Brisbane. It was a very good event. In addition to the strong technical content, it was wonderful to see colleagues in person […]
Ladies and Gentlemen, Australian and NZ friends and colleagues, I will consult for food….well, actually for money, but I promise to use the money to buy food! Assuming declining covid and open borders, I will be coming to Australia for a long visit, June 1 to July 15. I already have a plane ticket. The […]
Two webinars were held in December with two of the IGS chapters – IGS UK on December 1st (recording linked here: https://www.igs-uk.org/events/past-events/) and the IGSNA chapter on December 16th. Two comments on these – the first, my disclaimer that I include in each of these: I do not claim to be any more or less […]
In keeping with the theme that small changes can make a difference, here are some of the efforts I plan for 2022. First, and probably the most impactful is tracking and reducing the number of automobile miles that I travel as well as other modes of transportation. I assume the train and public transport are […]
"The most powerful factors in the world are clear ideas in the minds of energetic men of good will."
– J. Arthur Thomson
“Experience is not what happens to a man; it is what a man does with what happens to him.”
– Aldous Huxley
“Never mistake knowledge for wisdom. One helps you make a living; the other helps you make a life.”
– Sandra Carey