The green cult is rife with contradictions and dogma. One of the big ones centers on wind power.
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- Green Delusions and the Wind Bully
Monday Jul 31, 2017
- Draymond Green declines to discuss criticism from Mark Cuban
By Connor Letourneau - Saturday Nov 4, 2017
DENVER — In addition to being the reigning NBA Defensive Player of the Year, Warriors forward Draymond Green is one of the league’s best orators. Seldom does a Green media scrum pass without a few noteworthy sound bites. But after shoot-around Saturday at Pepsi Center, Green declined to provide much of a response to Mavericks owner Mark Cuban’s recent comments on Green’s criticism of the term “owner” in sports. “The altitude here is tough,” Green said, smiling as he changed the subject. “It’s a tough place to play. I’m looking forward to playing against Gary (Harris) and his new contract. (Nikola) Jokic, looking forward to tonight.
- Larry Page’s urban innovation unit picks Toronto for first digital neighborhood
By Natalie Wong - Tuesday Oct 17, 2017
Larry Page’s “city of the future” has found its first home in Toronto. Sidewalk Labs LLC, the urban innovation unit of Page’s Alphabet Inc., and Waterfront Toronto plan to foster the development of a high-tech community from scratch along Lake Ontario in Canada’s biggest city. The area aims to become an innovation hub for technologies that improve city life, from green energy systems to self-driving transit and new construction techniques that can lower housing costs, the companies said. “This is the culmination of about 10 years of thinking about how technology can improve people’s lives,” Alphabet Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said at a news conference in Toronto on Tuesday.
- Warriors’ Draymond Green emulates former Detroit center Ben Wallace
By Connor Letourneau - Friday Oct 13, 2017
Draymond Green wanted to be like his idol, Pistons center Ben Wallace. But because Green was a pudgy middle-school student, he couldn’t yet emulate Wallace’s chiseled frame or relentless defense. Green settled for the next best thing: a huge Afro reminiscent of the black mane flowing from Wallace’s blue and red headbands. Today, more than a decade after trading his Afro for a buzz cut, Green wants to be even more like Wallace. Green is one of the best defenders in the league, but Wallace is one of only two players in NBA history to have won the Defensive Player of the Year Award four times (Dikembe Mutombo is the other).
- Green sisters take their spots in YBCA 100
By Sam Whiting - Tuesday Jun 6, 2017
The Green twins have been named to the 2017 YBCA 100, putting them in company with 98 non-twins judged to be “provocateurs, instigators and innovators” by staff and board members at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.The minds named Tuesday come from across the country and range from filmmaker Barry Jenkins, who won the best picture Oscar at the Academy Awards for “Moonlight,” to Jill Soloway, Emmy-winning creator of “Transparent,” to Elaine Welteroth, editor of Teen Vogue.Local winners include Julie Phelps, artistic director of the Tenderloin dance company CounterPulse, musician Zakiya Harris and Linda Harrison, executive director of the Museum of the African Diaspora.The Greens may be the only twins, but there are several community organizations, including Smart Bomb Oakland, the Stud Collective and 100 Days Action.“That’s our passion,” says Melonie, who works out of the home office, a converted bedroom in their flat.To create that office space, the dining room was converted into a second bedroom which Melonie volunteered to take even though she is older and has seniority.The goal is to move the office out of their home and into a laboratory space downtown, where they will offer all the technological tools their clients need tell their stories, along with workshops and space for live showcases.
- Bill Would Give Green Cards to Undocumented 9/11 Volunteers
By LUIS FERRÉ-SADURNÍ - Sunday Jul 9, 2017
Several Democratic members of New York’s congressional delegation are seeking to protect hundreds of ground-zero workers from deportation.