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A recession is coming. When it does, we need to demand a Green New Deal | Yanis Varoufakis and David Adler | Opinion | The Guardian
Never before has so much idle cash accumulated as in the past decade – and never before has circulating capital failed so miserably to invest in human health and habitat.
economics  recession  green  new  deal  infrastructure  investment 
yesterday by KMP
Five Thoughts From the Lakers Win Over the Warriors - Forum Blue And Gold
The Lakers helped the Warriors open up their brand new arena in San Francisco on Saturday and I was there to see them up close. The final score was 123-101 Lakers, and the final score pretty much reflected the level each team played to. The Lakers came out fast to take a big lead and then coasted for a bit when the Warriors made a nice push to get into halftime with a decent lead. The Lakers reserves played the entire 2nd half and promptly reestablished their position as the better group and ran away with things.
All in all, it was a good showing for the first taste of Lakers basketball. After the game Frank Vogel said he was “excited” for what the team could be and that over the course of the game we saw it in flashes. I agree with Vogel. The Lakers looked great in stretches, looked sloppy in other parts, and, ultimately, beat a Warriors team that was banged up and seeking a new identity after losing several key contributors from the core group that kept them as the league’s standard bearer for the past half decade this summer to free agency and trades.
In saying all that, being in the arena for the game gave me an interesting vantage point for the contest, so here are 5 thoughts on what I saw from the Lakers in their preseason opener.
basketball  lakers  anthony_davis  rondo  green  warriors 
yesterday by rgl7194
Danny Green calls spacing he gets from playing with Anthony Davis and LeBron James ‘very rare,’ says he’ll have to adjust to it with Lakers - Silver Screen and Roll
Although it was only game one of the preseason, the Lakers trio of LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Danny Green is off to an encouraging start.
A Saturday night that left Los Angeles Lakers fans bewitched with their new star tandem’s performance — and for good reason — also teased another potential strength of the team.
At around the 9:30 mark of the first quarter, Danny Green attempted his first shot as a Laker, and in the process, received a first-hand glimpse of the benefits that come with playing beside LeBron James and Anthony Davis — and how to best exploit them.
The set saw a dribble hand-off exchange between James and Davis lead seamlessly into a pick and roll between the duo. The culmination: a scrambling defense in which Steph Curry loses track of Green, who soon after found himself with the ball in his hands, his feet behind the 3-point line and an ocean of space between him and the nearest Warrior.
The shot clanked, but the potential for success was excitingly evident.
basketball  lakers  anthony_davis  lebron  green 
2 days ago by rgl7194
Exponential Roadmap
The ‘Exponential Roadmap’ aims to target 36 economically-viable solutions to cut global greenhouse gas emissions 50% by 2030
Paris  act  global  warming  emissions  green  house  gas  climate  change 
6 days ago by MattCousinss
Hot new product on Product Hunt: Carbon Removal Market by Nori — Actually remove your carbon emissions from the atmosphere
Product  Hunt  Fintech  Crypto  E-Commerce  Green  Tech 
6 days ago by Soc201
FarmBot | Open-Source CNC Farming
Humanity's CNC farming machine. Like a 3D printer for your garden, it moves X-Y over its grid, changing heads for various purposes, and watering, planting, and feeding your garden. Buy one from this site, and control it from a smartphone's web browser, using the graphical interface to plan your garden and then let the bot create it!
food  green  ecology  gardening  via:chrismyth 
7 days ago by eocas

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