[permaculture] PC Inc.

Claude Genest genest at together.net
Sun Feb 24 13:21:27 EST 2002


 If we are going to  get the jobs at this level, we will
> have to do some homework , work together  to develope a team and programs
> and be ready for the next round ; we may need several teams for different
> regions. --

Just my two cents to strongly support Jerome's idea of working together to
secure high-level, paying, jobs.

We have the talent, ability and desire - all that's missing is a veneer of
professionalism and extremely well presented bids/ proposals.

I'd so love to see us move up to the next level because I keep seeing others
(engineering firms) take our ideas to market.

Over the weekend there was an article (in French) on the fact that Quebec
has now greenlighted reedbed systems for blackwater and some company is
charging nearly 6000 US to put in a system EXACTLY  like the one I put in
last summer for 1500 !! ( to add insult to injury this same company claims
that they invented the technology !)


Claude  

 
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>> From: 1earth permaculture <permaculture1 at start.com.au>
>> To: "permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org" <permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org>
>> Subject: [permaculture] Re: Corporate pc?
>> Date: Sat, Feb 23, 2002, 9:10 PM
>> 
> 
>> Jeffrey wrote:
>>>> Could this be a significant example of pc at the corporate
>> architectural level?
>>>> http://www.guardian.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,434373...
>> 
>> Thanks for that posting Jeff - reading that was the high point of my
>> morning surf :)))))))
>> So even the Ford Motor Co is waking up to the fact that its easier to
>> work with nature rather than against it.
>> Examples like that really show that people have far more in common
>> than they have differences - all that's needed is the time to sit
>> down, work out the common goals and objectives and then share
>> information. They will listen if one speaks the corporate language (eg
>> yield, benefits, resource auditing, 'profit' centers, etc)
>> Ironically, PC often talks in those terms anyways!
>> The catch cry of the 'green business' movement could be "Do good while
>> your doing well!"
>> Marcus
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