Merging debate into solutions.

With many of the raging environment debates of the last few years now chilling & distilling into a hunt for solutions, it’s time for my other blog ‘Environment Solutions’ to merge seemlessly into The Coffee House. Here we discuss and pull apart all manner of topics so it’s only right that a greater focus is given to the many solutions now being put forward.

A lot of these ‘solutions’ tend to be technical and often involve a retail or wholesale operation to get them to market. My email box gets daily invites to mention various products & services, interview this CEO and that PR manager. Some ‘solutions’ look at new or re-worked policy initiatives, including financial instruments such as subsidy and taxes, the latter being quite controversial (e.g. vehicle tax).

I’m interested in not just ideas aimed at or, coming from ‘the west’ but also for what are called ‘developing’ countries. The world is changing fast. Ideas, debate and possible solutons need to move at the same speed.

The new strap line for The Coffee House; Debating today’s environment and possible solutions. Simple but effective.


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7 Responses to Merging debate into solutions.

  1. earthpal says:

    I like it Matt. Good luck.

    The picture there is beautiful.

  2. matt says:

    Let’s find those solutions out there EP and reveal them to our readers. 🙂

  3. keithsc says:

    Great! It did seem an an artificial division yet I can see why you did create the two. How you found time to keep them up I’ve no idea. They are ideal together and I like the new strapline.

  4. matt says:

    Thanks Keith. Glad you like the idea. 🙂

  5. the Grit says:

    Hi matt,

    Most cool!

    the Grit

  6. matt says:

    Expecting useful contribution from you too Grit, especially farm side. 🙂

  7. the Grit says:

    Hi matt,

    I’ll be by as often as possible, and you know I can’t keep my fingers off the keyboard 🙂

    the Grit

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