Winning a million dollar lottery home would be great, but they’re huge. Wouldn’t a subdivision of tiny lottery homes be a better alternative?
Dr. Riki Ott is a marine toxicologist who happened to be living in Cordova, Alaska when the Exxon Valdez spilled its load near there. This morning she was on CBC Sunday Edition. This interview is worth listening to.
Another oil spill happened in the Gulf of Mexico 31 years ago. The way they handled it then is virtually the same as the way they’re handling it now. They weren’t too successful back then either.
The flagrant display of incompetence and greed shown by British Petroleum (BP) in the Gulf of Mexico right now is nothing short of sickening. It’s no wonder people hate oil companies these days. Of course they’re not all like BP, but BP isn’t helping any of them.
At some point, Haiti will move on from this disaster. The disaster recover process continues to unfold, but it’s time to talk about how the country will move on. Housing is going to be a key consideration and they may want to consider using shipping containers as a secure form of housing.
For years I’ve pondered the question about whether it’s possible to go off-grid in the city and disconnect from the giant utilities that rule our lives.