Amory Lovins

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  • Amory Lovins’ Logic in Natural Capitalism Essay

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    Amory Lovins’ Logic in Natural Capitalism In the first chapter of Natural Capitalism, author Amory Lovins proposes a new method of capitalism that recognizes the importance of natural and human capital in the industrial system. Conventional capitalism places value only on capital that yields financial gain, and ignores the human and natural parts of the equation. Lovins points to this as the reason for many of the environmental, social, and economic problems on our planet today

  • Analysis Of The Article ' How America Can Free Itself Of Oil Profitability Essay

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    In his article “How America Can Free Itself of Oil-Profitability,” Amory Lovins addresses the many different issues associated with excessive oil consumption and the risks versus the benefits. Amory Lovins is a physicist, environmental scientist, writer, and Chairman/Chief Scientist of the Rocky Mountain Institute. He has written numerous research articles arguing for the use of renewable energy and alternatives for oil. Lovins also regularly gives presentations to other environmentalists discussing

  • A Short Story : A Story?

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    The sky had been darkened by thick gray clouds. The brown wooden fences that bordered colorful houses all seemed as if their color had faded away. Small drops of water slipped gracefully off of the delicate leaves to the ground. The whole scene had a certain elegance to it, however mysterious the thin veil of fog made the familiar setting appear. In the midst of it walked a young girl. The scarf she wore around her thin, pale neck stood out quite obviously from the girl’s surroundings. The only

  • Alberta, Canad A Short Story

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    It’s December 17, 2002 ,5:46pm in Alberta, Canada there’s a bitter burning smell in the air as I return home to my mother. The long drive gives me time to think about the argument we had this morning and I’m full of regret of all the hurtful things we said. All because I didn’t want to discuss my father’s passing 4 years ago. As I approach our dreadfully long driveway, I see smoke black as night in the distance, them red and blue flashing lights with police tape blocking off our red colonial home

  • The Violence Of A Child 's Body Bag

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    A gloomy night sky surrounded the flashing lights of blue and red. The moon, usually full and bright, appeared to be as lifeless and pale as the victim being pulled into the ambulance. As I got closer, I noticed the body bag. A child’s body bag. Even the most apathetic officers were filled with sorrow. I stared out into the murderous lake while the ambulance pulled away. To think that these calm waters were the raging killer is unethical. There had to be someone involved in the killing of this innocent

  • A Short Story : A Story?

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    The sky was darkened by thick gray clouds. The brown wooden fences that bordered colorful houses all seemed as if their color had faded away. Small drops of water slipped gracefully off of the delicate leaves to the ground. The whole scene had a certain elegance to it, however mysterious the thin veil of fog made the familiar setting appear. In the midst of it was a young girl. The scarf she wore around her thin, pale neck stood out quite obviously from the girl’s surroundings. The only things

  • The Diamonds by Ravi Landeck Essay

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    Ravi Landeck Short Story Third Draft The Diamonds Deep in the Alps lies a small town called Clay. The sun was rising over a frosty blue mountain, and drops of dew dripped down from the leaves in the valley. Arthur awoke to find his bedroom filled with light. He went downstairs and drank a glass of water, not hungry enough for food. Arthur went outside into the chilly morning and started walking down the road. The road was lined with hundreds of huge alpine trees. A large flock of birds

  • My Experience With My Family Trips

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    “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better” was an outlook I found within my research for this trip (Einstein). Family trips are always an interesting experience and sometimes hard to understand. Between the arguing and stress of packing, my family finds a way to get on the road quite often. However, the next trip planned arose a new level of anxiety. Until this trip, I have never traveled to a place far from society and slept within the pure darkness of the night. The

  • Ray Eddy 's The United States

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    Ray Eddy is a discount store worker and is the mother of two sons, struggling to raise them with her meager incomes. Just before Christmas, her husband who is a chronic gambler, disappeared with the deposit for a new home Ray was laying by. While looking for him, she encounters Lila Littlewolf, a Mohawk single mother who is driving his car, which she asserts that she found it being abandoned. Because of their poverty-stricken circumstances, they eventually make alliance to smuggle illegal immigrants

  • The 's Complete Specification For Its Patent

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    Question 1 The Workmate’s complete specification for its patent was published on 15th March 1972. In order for an invention, such as the workmate, to be patentable it must have certain features present. The invention must be a completely new idea and have no relation to any other patented material. The invention, if an adaption to an already known product, must be non-obvious. Meaning that if an ordinary person working in the specific industry deems the adaption as obvious, then the patent will

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