CO2, the board game

An environmentally concerned citizen and a blogger, I am also enjoying board games. So when Fran├žois and Cindy offered me last year CO2 the board game, it was an instant hit. We finally had the pleasure to test this game and we really really enjoyed it. The games rules may seem hard, very hard, and…

2312, by Kim Stanley Robinson

Back to 2008 I read┬áThe Mars Trilogy by Kim Stanley Robinson (aka KSR). These 2,800 pages transported me in a near future where Mankind is colonizing Mars. These books were by far my best and most memorable books of that year. Imagine my joy when I discovered that the author had written a new book,…

Reinventing Fire, by Amory Lovins

Almost six months after finishing the book, I am providing on my professional blog a review of Reinventing Fire. This book is one of my favorites if not my favorite in energy / enviromental books. Full of data and figures about how the United States – and the world – could reinvent how we live…

Waterworld

Given the post I wrote for my profesional blog – about artic ice melt – I thought it would be appropriate to watch again Waterworld. In this movie, the poles have melted and Earth has signficantly warmed up, leaving the few remnants humans fighting over food, energy and so on. Besides the background, what it…