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With our communities on the front lines of climate change risk - homes, businesses, schools and local economies - we are relieved that there are courageous, innovative leaders who are taking action and creating added value (with low budgets). They are using natural...read more
With the president heading to the Middle East this week and spending time in oil-rich Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi, we thought it a fitting time to introduce you to a remarkable woman playing a leading role in the clean energy revolution in the heart of oil country. Dr....read more
Career, Workplace Tips from Top CEOs – Joann Lublin, Wall Street Journal, Author of Earning It: Hard-Won Lessons from Trailblazing Women at the Top of the Business World
If you think CEOs didn’t have to endure the “bleeping” career obstacles you’ve had to face, the anecdotes from top women CEOs will surprise you, and maybe comfort you. All of them illustrate how to navigate the daily workplace dynamics and hazards that are the...read more
If you’ve ever been interested in growing food, or in advancing it on a campus or in your community, listen to Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson’s interview with a master: George Mason University Greenhouse Manager Donielle “Doni” Nolan. Take notes! Whether...read more
Tech Entrepreneur Funds – Anna Brady-Estevez, SBIR Grant Program Director, National Science Foundation
“It’s all about the potential.” Anna Brady-Estevez, Ph.D., Maybe you have a great idea or new app you developed that you're itching to bring to life. Maybe you have a friend who does… Or, maybe you’re an entrepreneur who is running out of funds and fears not being...read more
Every business in every industry needs to find its niche to succeed and grow. Business strategy coach and Facebook marketing whiz Katie Krimitsos shares with Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson her suggestions for doing so. Katie's a master "community builder"...read more
Warnings We Miss – Michele Wucker, Author of “The Gray Rhino: How to Recognize and Act on the Obvious Dangers We Ignore.”
Why do we miss potentially dangerous trends, “a series of warnings and visible evidence"? It might be climate change, water scarcity, an infrastructure that is falling apart beneath our feet, terrorist threats, or an approaching business competitor or trend we had...read more
“The (proposed Trump budget) cuts are a gut-punch to the community.” Beth Gibbons Every community has to cope with climate change as a reality regardless of politicians’ political ideologies. Federal funds support many of these efforts, directly or indirectly – such...read more
The U.S. infrastructure is literally crumbling beneath our feet and wheels. The American Society of Civil Engineers gave it a D+ in 2017. Cars are falling into sink holes from roads that literally sink, or falling into the water when a bridge collapses. Water pipes...read more
With so much innovation in the energy sector, the rapid expansion of renewable energy, development of a “smart grid” and the Internet of Things technologies, the utilities have to evolve too. And, without dropping any service to anyone, ever. So, what’s a utility to...read more