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April 20, 2009

New York: bat hunting


Conditions for my talk on Monday were sub-optimal: there was a typhoon *and* a high-energy dispute between students and The New School, parts of which were occupied recently. [Fond memories: I, too, was a revolting student once; during one sit-in I became a dab hand at coooking chicken and rice in a dustbin for 200 people. Luckily, Monday's typhoon meant there was no picket line - and in the event we had a great turnout].
On Thursday I hope to go bat-hunting in Central Park

Posted by John Thackara at April 20, 2009 03:08 PM


Hello John
Thanks a lot.It was great to hear you in Nice Acropolis tonight , and to see your purposes and projects.
I wanted to take your attention on an eco-innovation called in french : BRF (Bois Raméal Fragmenté) you should know but I think you already know this.It permits to do agriculture or gardens without water ( ! ) in composting green dechets, green wood.Nature act and it's less work for men..but attention and a new way of doing the job ..You will see great articles in french langage with the word BRF on Google..

Posted by: PhilKirl at April 12, 2009 01:59 AM

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