We've embarked on another green endeavor, both literal and punny, at home.
S U S T A I N A B L Y
At the monthly gathering of Boston Green Drinks last night, I was one of several people to volunteer to take over "administration" of the group, which is involves far less than my word choice implies (hence the quotes), but I can't think of a better word.
When the manager of a Wal-Mart thinks his store is a bit too warm, he can't just adjust the thermostat.
According to the Wall Street Journal (pg R4, 8/27), he instead must contact indoor-environment technologists at W-M world headquarters in Bentonville, Ark., and answer a series of questions, "such as the exact spot in the store that feels too warm and whether there are any obvious problems with the ventilation system."