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This page is an index of articles and other written resources, including reports, interviews, book and anthology excerpts, PowerPoint presentations, and presentation transcripts for authors and speakers with last names starting with “K.”

Hall Kane

Full House: Reassessing The Earth's Population Carrying Capacity. Article by Lester Brown and Hall Kane. This article discusses Brown and Kane's book on carrying capacity. It projects that over the next 40 years the world will face massive grain deficits in Africa, the Indian subcontinent, and China as populations grow. Article >>

Reena Kazmann

"" Art, Nature & Recycling. Article by Reena Kazmann. Whether you think of your household garbage or your local landfill, chances are good that what comes into your mind’s eye is not a pretty picture. But there’s beauty to be found everywhere, and so its not really surprising that a growing number of talented and committed artists, designers, architects, and builders are converting old stuff that would have gone to landfills into a wide array of useful and beautiful products. Article >>

Tom Kemper

"" Can Post-Consumer Recycled Products Save the Songbirds? Article by Tom Kemper. From the songbirds above our heads that croon a tune to the snails below our feet that inch along, the world’s creatures are relying on us to conserve resources. Recycling saves massive amounts of energy, conserves huge volumes of water, eliminates the use of chemicals, and saves precious natural resources, like trees, air, and water. But recycling isn’t enough. You have to go that extra step and purchase the recycled products to really make a difference. Article >> More about Tom Kemper >>

"" What You Need To Know About Recycling: It’s More Than Putting Stuff In Bins. Article by Tom Kemper. Take a deeper look at your city’s recycling program. You might have 90-gallon roll-away containers used for facilitating recycling of recyclable materials. You put all this recyclable “stuff” in a bin, and it goes to a material recovery facility (MRF). All this stuff is co-mingled, meaning you have all this material – mixed plastics, mixed glass, paper – mingled together. The personnel at the MRF often recover what is most easily separated with machinery. Often, a significant portion of what you put in the recycling bin never gets recycled. Article >> More about Tom Kemper >>

Tachi Kiuchi

"" What We Learned in the Rainforest: Business Lessons from Nature. Book Excerpt by Tachi Kiuchi and Bill Shireman. In the rainforest, nature uses feedback to "close the loop." In the face of limits, feedback triggers adaptations that lessen or make an end-run around physical constraints. In business, companies like Coors use feedback to "close the loop," triggering innovations that lead to new products, processes, businesses, and profits. Book Excerpt >> More about Tachi Kiuchi >> More about Bill Shireman >>

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