Category: Environment

Audity Podcast # 4 – Talking Water, Terrible Angles, and some Music

Water ROI – Psychology, Environment, and Technology (PET)

This article is part four of a series. ROI Today – Are we productive? Applying ‘ROI Thinking’ to Environmental Questions ROI – The Water We Spend There is a dangerous delusion in the developed world. It is the delusion that we’ve engineered ourselves out… Continue Reading “Water ROI – Psychology, Environment, and Technology (PET)”

ROI – The Water We Spend

This article is part three of a series. ROI Today – Are we productive? Applying ‘ROI Thinking’ to Environmental Questions “People don’t have any idea that when they flip their light switches on or their air conditioner, there’s huge amounts of water involved,” said… Continue Reading “ROI – The Water We Spend”

Applying ‘ROI Thinking’ to Environmental Questions

This mini-article could have also been called: ‘Why I Apply ROI Thinking to Environmental Questions’ But it looked awkward in the title bar so I opted for what you see there up top. So, why apply ‘ROI Thinking’ to environmental questions? Well… Bottom Line:… Continue Reading “Applying ‘ROI Thinking’ to Environmental Questions”

ROI Today – Are we productive?

Take cars, for example. It takes 75,000 gallons of water to produce one ton of steel. Since the average car contains about 2,150 pounds of steel, that means over 80,000 gallons of water is needed to produce the finished steel for one car. An… Continue Reading “ROI Today – Are we productive?”