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Rare earth metals are actually not rare in and of themselves but tend to be present with other compounds in very small quantities. Rare earth metals are used for a myriad of reasons including electronics, fuel cells, fiber optics, magnets, CRT’s and LCD’s, as well as their extensive use in green technology. In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to expert, Jack Lifton, a Founding Principal of Technology Metals Research, LLC and a Senior Fellow of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security. We are going to address the issues of recycling for reducing the global footprint and as we also reduce the use of fossil fuels.
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Callers today concentrated on the city of Niagara Falls trash removal and recycling program. Everyone seems to agree that recycling is a great idea but, many people are dissatisfied with its implementation. The other hot topic was Niagara County's distribution of its share of casino revenues. A number of County leaders have made disparaging remarks about the city Niagara Falls and the Niagara County Legislature has decided that the city would not receive any portion of that revenue..The dissatisfaction has fallen on deaf ears because, many believe and argue, the four legislators that represent the city Niagara Falls are in the political minority.
The average person produces over 4 pounds of trash every day, and about 1.5 tons of solid waste each year. While some 75% of it is recyclable, we only follow through on about 30 percent.*
So, now that it’s time to do that spring cleaning, our guest says it is the perfect time to go room by room and see what we can “upcycle”. Better still, she’s got advice on how to get the kids involved.
Green living expert and author Sara Snow joins us now.
Good Morning, Sara!
1. Sara, let’s start with the room we spend most of our time in, the kitchen. What can we be recycling there that we may not be doing already?
2. It’s tough to get kids to part with their toys, even when they’re broken, but now there’s a way to recycle them and get our kids excited about helping the planet at the same time, right?
3. What about the living/ family room? What kinds of items can be reused from there?
4. Sara, what about the electronics in our house? When they break or we don’t need them any more we can recycle those as well, can’t we?
5. Where can we get more information?
Those beautiful flowers you see at a wedding or fancy event cost tons of money. At the end of the night those elaborate displays usually go straight in the trash, unless some enterprising partygoer takes them home. That's where ReBloom steps in.
Rebloom recycles the floral arrangements after big events, so they end up at your wedding the next day for cheap, or on your dining room table or on your desk at the office.instead of disappearing after a single night.
On this episode of Smart Companies Radio you'll meet CEO and founder Jennifer Soffen who will share with guest host Mary McKenna how she developed the business that combined cheaper flowers with giving to charity and recycling.
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Did you miss our clasic special on "How to Avoid Relationship Reclycling" where we discussed how to resist the urge to call or text that ex who you know is no good for you? If so, tune into "The Dedan Tolbert Show" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST for a special rebroadcast. Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com. "REAL Radio that Matters for Over 10 Years".
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Today on "It's My House" we shall be discussing the "Black Women Billionaires Club". We shall discussing black women who have become billionaires or had a billion dollar impact on their communities.
The women we shall discuss today are:
Madam C.J. Walker (hair care)
Cathy Hughes (radio stations)
Lena O. Smith (law practice)
Isabel Dos Santos (recycling,trucking,cell phones, education)
Folorunsho Alakija (fahsion)
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Topic Focus: Save money and time utilizing your resources to rebuild, reuse and rethink the utility of items once discarded. What will be the future of our growing Green Economy and focus on recycling, reuse, solar and green living? Is trash still a treasure for those that recycle as a living? Can any individual live off of the underground economy or has modern technology and economics ruined the prospects of further growth? What is the value of metal, gold, silver, paper products, glass bottles and cans. Has the CRV program and subsequent taxes negatively affected profits or successfully funded local initiatives. Is playing the lottery a wise or useful business or income making strategy?
You know what it’s like when you take home a brand new box of shoes? Imagine giving that feeling to someone who really needs them; the stories they hold, and the new stories, memories and opportunities that await them.
Scour your home for as many shoes as you can find and put them into a gigantic box; more is definitely better. Print out a bunch of SoleMate notes because now it’s time to share all of your shoe stories. You’ve done the hard work; we’ll cover the shipping costs.
Tonight, join an Observer as we discuss the topics in the title...no, it is not what you think.
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Our guest this morning is Janine Hammer of Waste Management.
Janine brings over 20 years of experience in government affairs, community relations, environmental sustainability, and customer focused service to Waste Management.
After attending NYU, Janine got her start working for non-profit organizations including Neighbor to Neighbor and Global Green where she served as the Development Director and the Coalition for Clean Air where she served as Chief Operating Officer.
Since joining Waste Management in 2008, Janine has worked closely with a number of WM’s franchise Cities, developing new recycling programs, creating public education tools, and creating community partnerships.
Janine has also used her extensive fundraising skills to help several WM franchise Cities win and manage new grants.
Today it’s all about reusing, recycling, reclaiming, repurposing and environmental responsibility and this morning we’re going to hear about Waste Management’s brand new green program.
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Numerous callers participated and discussed a variety of subjects. Also, answered a number of questions that were recently posted on social media. Some of the subjects discussed were the Niagara Falls city budget, the new trash/recycling program, casino revenue, economic development and the possibility that the Casino Revenue will decrease in the future.
Many people are aware that Hollywood is preparing to release the new movie, "Straight Outta Compton" in August of 2015. This is about the birth of the gangsta rap group NWA. This film is designed to prevent Black people from breaking through self-hatred of the past 25 years and emerging from our deep Negro slumper. When we awaken and produce this next Black power movement, it will be an international war for our survival. And we will identify our enemies on this planet and prepare for global warfare.
That is unless they can use the same tactics that they've used for the past 2 1/2 decades to keep us locked into self-destruction. So they are using their militant white-sex (homosexuality and pedophilia) assault, mass incarceration, mass vaccinations (chemical warfare), miscegenation, etc . . . to kill us off before we awaken and prepare to fight for our global survival.
In the 21st Century, whites are recycling the most effective psychological tools of warfare that they've used against the Black Race. First they recycled the "Color Purple" in order to keep Black women in a state of feminism, lesbianism, and intense Black man-hatred. Then they came out with "Precious" which was the updated version of "Color Purple"; but this version was designed to destroy the Black woman's image along with the Black man's image.
This current media onslaught is their last ditch effor to kill any emerging Black Power Movement. If they can recapture our youth (and the adults trapped in a perpetual state of adolescence), then our people are doomed and we will not make it out of the 21st Century. If we get ourselves together and escape falling for this same trick again, then 2015 will be the year for the awakening of the global Afrikan mind.
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