World Energy Policy

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    World Energy Policy

      3_PFB_Claverton_Presentation_2008-04-13.pdf
    » 614.1 KiB - 1,031 hits - October 27, 2009

      ADME
    » unknown - 1,187 hits - June 21, 2012

      Claverton_Energy_Group_Nov__2009_Conference_Presentation.ppt
    » 650.0 KiB - 2,625 hits - October 30, 2009
    Background to Claverton Energy Group, what is its history, what are its aims, and where is it going.

      Cover acknowledgements and fly papers of The IRG Solution pages 6 - 10
    » 637.5 KiB - 1,607 hits - August 31, 2009
    Cover acknowledgements and fly papers of The IRG Solution pages 6 - 10

      Renewable Energy - Carbon and Clean Tech markets
    » 1,014.5 KiB - 3,135 hits - October 27, 2009
    How do Renewable Energy - Carbon and Clean Tech markets connect in the investment world? Ashutosh Shastri EnerStrat Consulting, UK

      The IRG Solution - back cover
    » 24.5 KiB - 1,660 hits - September 2, 2009
    Rear cover and blurb

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 1
    » 74.0 KiB - 1,464 hits - September 1, 2009

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 10
    » 95.0 KiB - 2,101 hits - September 2, 2009
    Central Media and The Corruption of Information

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 11
    » 84.0 KiB - 3,484 hits - September 2, 2009
    Problems of Centralised Societies

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 12
    » 96.5 KiB - 3,466 hits - September 2, 2009
    Lateral Media Through Technology

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 12 - diagram
    » 226.5 KiB - 1,222 hits - September 2, 2009
    Diagram for chapter 12

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 13 - words
    » 1.3 MiB - 2,299 hits - September 2, 2009
    Information Routing Groups - a description of the advantages of being in computer mediated networks, based on individuals providing a specific profile of themselves - written before the idea of a computer in every home linked via modem was common place, and the internet was unheard of

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 14
    » 41.0 KiB - 1,260 hits - September 2, 2009
    IRGs and The Future - discourse on how Lateral Communication, aided by computer moderated networks could generally improve things, but if communications were left highly centralised, then we would have increasingly serious environmental and social problems

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 2a
    » 1.8 MiB - 1,407 hits - September 2, 2009
    Natural Lateral Control Systems - words for chapter 2. Description of various natural systems that do not have a central control system, instead a dispersed control system, which nevertheless produces highly intelligent behaviour - the slime mound, ant colonies, "primitive" human colonies

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 2b
    » 1.3 MiB - 1,253 hits - September 1, 2009
    Natural Lateral Control System - feedback diagram

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 2c
    » 963.5 KiB - 1,173 hits - September 1, 2009
    Natural Lateral Control System - another feedback diagram

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 3
    » 70.5 KiB - 1,319 hits - September 1, 2009
    Language and Communication - how thoughts are restricted by language, and how private languages develop in closed groups, limiting communication with outsiders, and how this can be dealt with.

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 4
    » 62.5 KiB - 1,040 hits - September 2, 2009
    Television and its long term effects. Description of why intensive tv viewing amongst children is likely to lead to a number of problems, irrespective of the content, particularly the loss of the ability to speak / dialogue properly.

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 5
    » 1.2 MiB - 2,255 hits - September 1, 2009
    Tacit Knowledge and Lateral Media. How Tacit knowledge is a vital part of getting things right (knowledge that people do not know they have, or which cannot be written down), and which is transferred tacitly by dialogue and interaction with other experts. How it can be transmitted by networks, informally, but not formally

      The IRG Solution - Chapter 6a
    » 75.0 KiB - 1,274 hits - September 1, 2009
    Interlock Research - method of ensuring all relevant interactions between systems are considered, by creating a self forming network of experts familiar with each area, and involving decision makers and policy makers.

       

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