Thousands of cars were on display in the parking lot of West Town Mall Sunday, with more electric vehicles than in previous years.
Environment Canadas weather forecast for the capital calls for a high of only 6 C and a 30 per cent chance of showers this morning. It will be partly cloudy tonight and temperatures will drop down to 1 C overnight.
PGE transportation electrification expert shares the top reasons EVs are different than traditional vehicles.
The Perot Museum of Nature and Sciences newest exhibition Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO Bricks on display through April 2022.
The social-media company faces more than $14 million in penalties in settlement with Justice Department.
HGTV star, Anthony Carrino educates homeowners on the many benefits of using propane gas.
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An 11th-hour deal was reached Saturday, averting a strike of film and television crews that would have seen some 60,000 behind-the-scenes workers walk off their jobs
American artist Amy Balkin’s 10-year-old archival project “A People’s Archive of Sinking and Melting” is a telling reflection of what all the world is losing due to the now-obvious climate change, in a literal and cultural sense. It is a collection of items contributed by people living in places impacted by climate change. Watch the video to know more.No one knows Mumbai better than us. #madeinmumbai. For more Bollywood, news and sports videos subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2KUYCyqFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/middayindiaTwitter: https://twitter.com/mid_dayInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/middayindia
Thomas Gilbert of the Foster School of Business chats about the impact of millions of Americans voluntarily quitting. #newdaynw
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“If we don’t get off the dime, it’s going to be a dark, dark future.” This week, Burke speaks with Alan Miller, an internationally recognized authority on climate finance and policy, and Durwood Zaelke, an environmental expert, discuss their new book, “Cut Super Climate Pollutants Now!” based on the biggest threats to our environment in the era of climate change. Throughout the show, they discuss the main points mentioned throughout the book and what needs to be done within the next 20 years before the environment becomes irreversibly damaged. As experts, Zaelke and Miller go into great detail explaining the most essential elements of the book along with why we should care in the first place. They address the question of whether or not the ordinary person is even capable of having a direct impact on improving the environment when large corporations and other businesses alone have a greater ability to act themselves. You can check out their book on Amazon here The Big Time Talker podcast is sponsored by Speakermatch.com