Montem Resources CEO Peter Doyle joined Steve Darling from Proactive to share news the company is making a major shift with their Tent Mountain Project moving from coal mine to Renewable Energy Complex. Doyle telling Proactive, why the company feels Tent Mountain is ideal for Pump Hydro Energy storage.
Piers Morgan is back on his soapbox moaning about Naomi Osaka again. His tweets were insensitive to her very public mental health struggles.
Nationwide some workers are facing a crucial decision between getting the COVID-19 vaccine or the possibility of losing their job.
“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
The staffing problem, driven by low wages, lack of full-time jobs and poor work conditions, predates the pandemic, and vaccine mandates could add to it
Many healthcare systems across Connecticut put their own mandates in place and set their own deadlines. Those have since passed.
Some state agencies are reporting COVID-19 vaccination rates above 90%, but there are still some employees who are choosing to leave their jobs instead.
“The best thing you can do to support health care workers and support your loved ones who are health care workers is to get the vaccine,” Cynthia Hovis said.
The City of Spokane is offering six accommodations, all of which result in employees eventually being vaccinated or leaving their jobs.
With hundreds of jobs open and with the labor shortage, Rob Hill suggests that folks applying for a job should show their vaccination status on their resume.
Air pollution has been smothering Bangladesh for years, causing deaths and damaging the environment and the economy.The country has the worst pollution in the world, according to global air quality reports.Health experts say pollution is a silent killer, and the number of respiratory illnesses has increased tenfold in recent years.Many living in the capital city wear masks when out in its streets, not just because of COVID-19 but also due to pollution.Environmental experts say unplanned development, coal-run industries, brick kilns, and construction works have made the situation worse.
Several communities in the Houston area are under a ‘Do Not Use’ water advisory after a brain-eating amoeba was found in the water supply.