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Badgers

I am opposed to the proposed cull of badgers in Summer 2013 for economic, political, environmental reasons. I wrote to my MP who is in favour of the cull and he responded back. He mentioned hat he comes from farming

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economics of everything: energy and risk 2d

Wrapping up this little series of economic blogposts for now. In Perceptions of Contractual Risk Allocation in Construction Supply Chains (2008), they look at how risk management practices have affected how contracts and subcontractual relationships (which are widely used in

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Economics of everything: energy and risk 2c

Recap – there are multiple risks within energy markets and supply/demand chains which climatic changes continue to affect producing high volatility with increased demand for harder to supply. Investors wishing to invest in energy or companies working with energy companies

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Economics of everything, risk and energy 2b:

Have set up a new economics & energy playlist on YouTube including this interesting video on Commodities Price Volatility webinar with Karen Hansen-Kuhn, Dr Steve Suppan and Marcus Henn: The questions were interesting including a request for a view on

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Economics of everything, risk and energy 2a

Still trying to understand connections between risk, economics and energy. Don’t understand enough yet about what it all means, but anyway.. So to return to e.g. energy production and supply including renewable and energy needed for those companies’ operations too.

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#occupylsx – many eyes visualization of comments (updated)

I haven’t read through it all yet – but its interesting to see that some people are actually trying to engage in economic discussions despite all the usual other comments. Uploaded the text from 18 pages of comments this morning.It

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I missed my sister at #occupylsx yesterday plus thoughts on #transition and #occupy

Managed to be possibly a few metres away from my sister (and I think family) yesterday at #occupylsx and not know – she saw some slightly blurry photos I had taken, on FB in the evening. Gutted to have missed

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