Can’t stop sneezing? It turns out there’s more pollen in the air compared to 30 years ago and climate change may now be making it worse.
Back in 2014, Founders Sophie and Sarah, started Birdsong – inspired by the great skill and creativity in women’s community groups, but frustrated by their financial insecurity in the context of budget cuts and rising rents. Now a B-Corp, we headed over to their office in Shoreditch to find out more about what it takes to run a sustainable fashion brand.For more information on our courses and to apply – visit our website!https://bit.ly/3IeIguNAnd whilst you are here…why not follow us on social?Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/fashionreta…TikTok – https://www.tiktok.com/@fashionretail…Twitter – https://twitter.com/FRALondonFacebook – https://www.facebook.com/fashionretai…LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/school/59408…
Watch as Chef Jason, Ace’s Grilling Expert, shows you a few tips and tricks to getting bark on your Traeger brisket.Print Recipe: https://tips.acehardware.com/videos/55583-2/Products Featured: Traegerhttps://bit.ly/3kIcBsjChef Jason’s Rubshttps://bit.ly/36zvIk4Reserve Pellethttps://bit.ly/3EYjzRWButcher Paperhttps://bit.ly/3EwCK5C
Prado and his wife sold everything they owned to start the advanced manufacturing business VetPowered as well as provide manufacturing training and jobs to veterans
A bold program at Thomas Edison Career and Technical Education High in Queens teaches students to design, build and install solar panels.
Tom Cruise made a big entrance by flying a helicopter to the Top Gun: Maverick premiere. Plus, he dishes on crazy filming and Lady Gaga’s song for the film!
Sustainability in travel isn’t an oxymoron – it is achievable and is underway right now.Carbon budgets, technology innovation and disruptors such as electric and autonomous vehicles, hybrid and virtual meetings, are all leading to more purposeful travel.As we celebrate 150 years in travel, CWT continues to stay focused on the future. Our three key pillars are just the beginning for innovation focused on reducing environmental impact in business travel.
Ryan Knorr is Wildin’ Out #lawncare
TAS Tech TalkTitle: Getting warmer: the search for geothermal resources in TasmaniaPresenter: Dr John Bishop, Spa*ark EnergyDate: Thursday 28th AprilAbstract:Geothermal power plants provide emission-free, baseload or load-following (i.e., dispatchable) electricity 24/7 from the smallest footprint of all generators. And excess heat from the plants has several applications including drying, aquaculture, spas, etc. Two large, code-compliant inferred geothermal resources have been defined in eastern Tasmania, associated with some of Australia’s highest recorded heat flows. A suite of geophysical surveys suggests that one has zones of high permeability, making it akin to a conventional hydrothermal play, albeit a non-volcanic one. Recent developments in mineral extraction from geothermal brines add to the potential utility of the resources.
“We are building 13 new water pads to combat climate change” Cs Balala
Bolstered by $1.2 million in federal funding, Wake Tech and Durham Tech are partnering up for the initiative
Apr. 22, 2022nfluenced by consumer and investor preference, policy and corporate action are driving a transition toward lower-carbon energy systems. Innovation, policy, commercial considerations and the principle of comparative advantage will be instrumental in determining the pace of the transition, and it will look different across different regions. Enabling energy transitions requires connecting, attracting and growing relationships among corporations, innovators, capital providers and the workforce to establish the supply chain depths needed to achieve the scale required. Houston’s reputation as the energy capital of the world is the result of its deep legacy in the oil and gas industry. But the factors that contributed to this moniker are not simply oil and gas resources. They are rooted in a deep human capital endowment that reflects an entrepreneurial spirit and expertise in engineering and supply chain logistics, as well as a business-friendly environment, a lot of land and robust ports. Today, Houston’s leadership is looking to ways to transition to a carbon-neutral energy future that leverages all of the region’s advantages. During this conference, we hear from corporate, national and local leadership across supply chains for different forms of energy to better understand how Houston is seeking to leverage its comparative advantages to lead in energy transitions.WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONKenneth B. Medlock III, Ph.D.James A. Baker, III, and Susan G. Baker Fellow in Energy and Resource Economics; Senior Director, Center for Energy Studies, Baker InstituteWilliam J. (John) BergerChairman, President and CEO, Sunnova Energy International Inc.PANEL I: THE ROLE OF RENEWABLES IN ENERGY TRANSITIONS: GROWTH, STABILITY, RESILIENCE AND SUSTAINABILITY IN ENERGY SYSTEMSModerated by: Kenneth B. Medlock III, Ph.D., James A. Baker, III, and Susan G. Baker Fellow in Energy and Resource Economics; Senior Director, Center for Energy Studies, Baker Institute Joshua BryantDirector, Wind Turbine Engineering and Analytics, Consolidated Asset Management Services (CAMS) Inc.Kirsty McCormack, Ph.D.Vice President, Special Projects, BP plcKishore SundararajanSenior Vice President, Integrity Management and Digital Solutions, Oceaneering International, Inc.Mike WeichVice President, M&A & Business Development, Omega EnergiaPANEL II: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN MEETING GREATER ELECTRIFICATION — TRANSMISSION, STORAGE, WORKFORCE, AND POLICY NEEDED TO SUPPORT UTILITY-SCALE SOLUTIONSModerated by: Abigail Hopper, President and CEO, Solar Energy Industries AssociationKristofer CheneyExecutive Vice President, West, Central and Environmental Affairs, EDP RenewablesCary KottlerSenior Vice President of North American Development, Pattern EnergyMichael SkellyFounder and CEO, Grid United LLCPANEL III: HYDROGEN, CARBON CAPTURE AND INDUSTRIAL-SCALE DECARBONIZATIONModerated by: David Daley, Regional Practice Manager, Power Generation, Burns & McDonnellZachary ScottHead, Americas Environmental, Mercuria Energy AmericaJane StrickerExecutive Director, Houston Energy Transition Initiative and Senior Vice President, Energy Transition, Greater Houston PartnershipPradeep Venkataraman, Ph.D.Senior Manager, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. LUNCH ARMCHAIR DISCUSSION: THE ROLE OF TEXAS POLICY, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATIONModerated by: Kenneth B. Medlock III, Ph.D., James A. Baker, III, and Susan G. Baker Fellow in Energy and Resource Economics; Senior Director, Center for Energy Studies, Baker Institute Mary Anne BrelinksyPresident, EDF Energy North AmericaJimmy GlotfeltyCommissioner, Public Utility Commission of TexasCLOSING REMARKSKay McCallExecutive Director, Renewable Energy Alliance Houston