I’m Jack Nilles and I write this blog (unless otherwise noted) to explore some issues about telework/telecommuting, energy and the environment — including climate change. The intent of the blog is to foment open discussion about the societal implications of those core topics. In particular I want to explore the future implications of what we’re doing — or not doing — about them today. Occasionally this means that I might make some political statements since public policy often affects how and when telework is implemented. I started this blog in 2006 to expand the range of discussion from what is on our telework-only web site jala.com. I welcome all responsible comment. To contact me please email jnilles at jala.com.

You can find out more about my background on these matters at jala.com.

Here’s a quiz. The masthead photo for this blog is of Santa Monica Bay in west Los Angeles, California. The photo shows some common contributors to global warming, including two oil tankers, an airliner and a fossil-fuel-using power plant. See if you can find them.

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