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Letters From The Earth

Calvin Frost
October 9, 2012
Since I’ve been writing this column I’ve tried to follow a schedule of topics that I believe are important and interesting to our industry. I create the schedule late in the fall and as the year progresses gather information on a topic in…  Read More »
The air conditioning conundrum
Calvin Frost, Contributing Editor
September 1, 2012
I really don’t like to read newspapers, particularly American newspapers and British tabloids.  They contain so much junk and sleaze.  I just can’t stand them. But, when I travel I am a devotee of the International Herald Tribun…  Read More »
The tip of the iceberg
Calvin Frost
July 10, 2012
I went to school with Olaf Palme. Not literally.  He was a few years ahead of me.  But, I was there, ten years later, when he was invited to give a commencement address. This was in the late 50s or early 60s, I can’t quite remember. W…  Read More »
Safety first
Calvin Frost
May 22, 2012
Fifty years ago, John F. Kennedy gave a message to Congress about protecting consumer interests:  “The march of technology, affecting, for example, the foods we eat, the medicines we take, and the many appliances we use in our homes, ha…  Read More »
Balance, harmony and change
Calvin Frost
April 19, 2012
In my last column I touched on carbon footprint.  Read More »
Calvin Frost
March 8, 2012
I got a little flak from my last column on carbon footprint, particularly from my friend CD. He is relentless in his conviction that global warming is a claim and nothing else. He peppers me with very compelling arguments that refute claims that clim…  Read More »
Calvin Frost
January 18, 2012
Alan Gates came to town.  Wow, what a message.  And, it was so apropos to my thoughts for this column. Alan introduced his Sunday morning message with a story about Albert Schweitzer. For those who don’t remember, Schweitzer was a wri…  Read More »
Calvin Frost, Chairman of Channeled Resources Group
November 18, 2011
Get past the charlatans and the naysayers, and discover that environmental changes and improvements come with benefits.  Read More »
October 4, 2011
Defining greenhouse gases, bio-based and biodegradation  Read More »
September 8, 2011
Government confusion in waste-to-energy projects? Now there's a surprise.  Read More »
July 12, 2011
Until we use what we have plenty of, we will not come close to reaching our renewable energy goals.  Read More »
May 24, 2011
Tai Chi Quang is a Chinese form of mental and physical exercise. It can become an esoteric spirituality. At its highest level, the practitioner can cause a kinetic energy that acts as a continuum uniting body and mind. There have been reports that th…  Read More »
April 11, 2011
I was reminded recently by a reader that over the years I have tended to focus on the "E" of Environment, Health and Safety. I admit to that preoccupation. After all, the brand owner is our customer and is driving us to be focused on stewar…  Read More »
March 11, 2011
Why do we change? Why do we change our habits or routines? Do we make changes in our businesses because of legislation or regulation? Do we make personal, at-home changes because of peer pressure? Do we make a change for economic reasons, e.g., if I…  Read More »
January 18, 2011
Did you know that 2011 is the year of the rabbit? In the Chinese calendar, if you were born in the year of the rabbit you are elegant, worship beauty, and carry messages of mercy to all with whom you have contact. I don't know about you, but the…  Read More »

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