Justice is virtue and wisdom and injustice is vice and ignorance … but injustice is powerful.– Socrates
Liberty without justice is a veritable contradiction.– Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Those who do not train the body cannot perform the functions of the body, so those wo do not train the soul cannot perform the function of the soul.– Xenophon
All knowledge that is divorced from justice must be called cunning.– Socrates
They will be of use to the last people of the world — Ghandl of Haidas
Those sages who insist on speaking in their own language to the vulgar, instead of in the vulgar language, will not be understood.– Jean-Jacques Rousseau
The whole of science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking– Albert Einstein
The June 2003 issue of Sustainability Now focusses on Energy and features: -an interview with Timo Makinen, PEng, MRM, MBA -an introduction to the Solar-Ready Homes project -an overview of a unique partnership that is negotiating its third small hydro project -APEGBC sustainability activities -upcoming events Please click on the link below to download the newsletter.
from: APEGBC document: Sustainability Now Vol 2 No 3 in detail XlnkS5AD XlnkC187D
Michel de Spot provides the context for the Interface Workshop, held June 19, 2003 in Vancouver. He presents brief definitions of activities related to sustainability in general and to engineers and geoscientists in particular, and describes APEGBC’s Sustainability Management System.
from: APEGBC document: Interface Workshop Intro- Michel de Spot in detail XlnkS5AC XlnkC187D
Presentation by John Bremner to the APEGBC Interface Workshop, held June 19, 2003 in Vancouver. He summarizes the roles and responsibilities of APEGBC, along with its sustainability-related activities. Click the link below to view the brief presentation.
from: APEGBC document: APEGBC Roles – John Bremner in detail XlnkS5AB XlnkC187D