Community renewable energy schemes, which are registered for Feed-in-Tariffs, summed and mapped by postcode districts.
The Tories dropped the Big Society into their 2010 Manifesto, but have never explained satisfactorily what they meant. Here are some possible interpretations…
People don’t make decisions based on rational assessment of facts; they make decisions according to how they fit with their values and identity. Psychologists classify values as either extrinsic, which concern status and success, or intrinsic, which concern relationships and benevolence. How can we make intrinsic values go viral?
Thoughts around the L of the LOAF principles – Local, Animal friendly, Organic, Fairtrade – and how you apply these principles when confronted by a bewildering array of choices.
Again, mapping renewables capacity, but this time focusing on domestic and community schemes, adjusted by population.
An interactive map of renewables capacity registered under the Feed-in Tariffs scheme between 1 April 2010 and 30 September 2011, aggregated over Local Authority area.
It will probably be about things that interest me, related to my ponderings on where next… research? consultancy? kitchen gardening? writing? web design?