Oregon’s legislature will once again consider a proposal to reduce mercury in compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs). The proposal – introduced on Wednesday by the Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee – is less restrictive than a failed 2011 bill that would have made it illegal to dispose of the bulbs in landfills and required [...] Continue reading →
“Intelligent cities” and “smart cities” are all the rage right now, especially in corporate image advertising related to emerging technology. But is there a downside?
I think there may be, insofar as those phrases are used to describe tec… Continue reading →