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Brent_Allsop replied 12 years ago (Jul 3rd 2011, 9:03:37 am)
Hi xodorap, This statement is looking ever better. On question I have is what is "triple bottom line accounting"? Perhaps you could provide a reference to more info or something? Also, if I wanted to move towards splitting this single camp up, into multiple camps, one for each of the items you mention in it? Would you agree that this is a good move or would you have a problem with this? Thanks, Brent Allsop
Brent_Allsop replied 12 years ago (Jun 28th 2011, 4:48:08 am)
Hi Xodorap Thanks for contributing to this topic. What I would like to see happen with topics like this, is to become a communication system that enables humanity to better prioritize what the world needs to do to become better, or save us from a catastrophe. You've added germs, ocean acidity, climate, and bureaucracy, all in one camp. It seems like to me, it would be better if you could split each of these into 4 different camps, and then join each camp in your own priority? This would also allow others to rank them relatively. For example, say someone thinks only bureaucracy is important, how would they contribute and support your belief or camp that this item was important? Also, there seems to be another dimension to this. There is the problem itself, and how critical it is, then there are sure to be many diverse POVs about diverse ways to help solve each of these. For example, germs, ocean acidity, and climate are real problems, but bureaucracy, or at least a better way to co-operate and solve such problems, seems to be more of a method than an actual problem, in and of itself? The Rigorously measure what the experts believe, seems to be the same, as a bureaucracy camp would be, or at least a specific suggested solution to the bureaucracy problem? Could you imagine some way these two camps could be combined in a consensus way, as their motivation, at least, seams similar? You point out bureaucracy as being a problem do you have any thoughts on what might be a possible good solution, or at least a method that might improve things? What do you think we need to do to to solve any bureaucracy problem? Brent