Monthly Archives: April 2013

Porter’s Social Progress Index

Just been reading up a little on the Social Progress Index (SPI), particularly the useful details on the methodology. The SPI is composed of 3 dimensions, each of which is given a score baed on a basket of measures from reputable sources … Continue reading

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Electric vs Conventional Vehicles

There has been a lot of noise about whether EVs are better than conventional vehicles from a lifecycle perspective (ie the battery manufacture and end of life). Now and again, someone makes a rather egregious claim misrepresenting an article such … Continue reading

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Blogs as collaborative learning

I am currently preparing a TDF bid for the use of blogs as collaborative learning. To stop this post being just another distraction activity, I will post the general summary here. This is what we are after: Participative inquiry is … Continue reading

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