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The customer is always right.

“The customer is always right” used to be, and is still known by some in business, a dictum of good customer relations. However, these days it seems that when a customer has a legitimate complaint, problem or enquiry it is … Continue reading

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Cost.

People in general plus governments, businesses etc. prioritise pecuniary cost although the most important cost is that to Earth without which any costs are irrelevant. ☺

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Technological trap.

We are in a technological trap: there is so much dangerous, or potentially dangerous, to life and health that is constantly being developed and allowed to be used that we are incapable of monitoring it  to make wise choices. In … Continue reading

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Fish farming – ocean.

Firstly, the long term adverse effects of having millions of large fish artificially confined and farmed in one comparatively shallow spot close to land are unknown and should not, therefore, be allowed. Where nature’s balance is upset the results are … Continue reading

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Life taken by mining.

For every cubic millimetre of earth mined billions of minute living things are destroyed . . . . and observe the capacity of just one excavator bucket! ☺

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Incredible, wasted billions.

Mining and exploration companies are spending colossal amounts of money on projects with an estimated life span of a few decades. This is incredible when one stands at a distance. ☺

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Excessive profit.

The drivers of the excessive profits so manifest today are the shareholders and the stock markets. ☺

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