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In this episode we describe how sustainability is presented to the students on college campuses and the k-12 system. We show you how the homeschoolers willa lso be affected. Professor Bader Qarmout discusses assebly bill A3875 offered by Senator Anthony Bucco and how that can help. Also joining us is commissioner Richard Rothschild (Carroll County MD-4) who explains how you can stop this in your community. Guests on Women of "Another View" Professor Bader Qarmout (Sociology at CCM), and Commissoner Richard Rothschid-Carroll y MD.
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Are you using these words? AGENDA 21's Initiatives contain several key words and phases that are pretty common in our every day vernacular...some aren't.
You can look at these two ways, I guess. Beware of how and when they are used, in order to alert you to the dangerous propaganda "they" are spreading to gain world domination and control, or...
Use them to empower you and your family in order to keep control and stability within your own community. Perhaps use them to create a niche market, a new business, and start a non-profit organization.
The list of words will be explored and explained, as your Sustainability Host, Mr. Wayne, once again speaks his mind in order to educate, empower and encourage everyone to be more personally responsible.
Find the list on the SNN website.
Seandra became the Diversity & Community Partnerships Manager for the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy in December 2009. She leads the development and implementation of strategies to increase awareness and community advocacy from non-traditional communities in the southeast for climate and clean energy policies. As the Chair of SACE’s Diversity Committee, Seandra also directs our internal diversity initiatives to deepen our commitment as an organization to diversity and inclusion. Seandra was raised in Georgia and went earned her degree in Political Science from Spelman College. Prior to joining SACE, Seandra worked with the Georgia Sierra Club and with Service Employee's International Union.
Summer Feature Fridays is brought to you by Cox Enterprises. Cox Conserves is the company’s national sustainability program that focuses on reducing waste and energy consumption, as well as conserving water
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View full description & guest bios at our website. This is our first in a series of shows regarding green buildings, sustainability & our environment. This will be a free-flowing conversation on key environmental & commercial building sustainability issues in today’s environment w/ some of the top experts in the nation. Topics include: What motivates building owners & tenants to seek more environmentally favorable property? Are there financial & other benefits of going green? Who are the stakeholders? Do tenants really care? Are the terms “green buildings” & “sustainability” just semantics or is there some real meat behind them? Is it just talk or are we really helping the environment? Is the push toward environmentally friendly buildings gaining steam or stagnating? Who is in charge of sustainability initiatives & implementation; owners or tenants? Is it managed at the local level? How is the city of New York leading the charge? Is there enough data to give us a true picture of what “green” means & what are we doing to get meaningful data and information? What is being disclosed & is there credibility to the information and analytics? Featured Guests
David Pogue, LEED AP Global Director of Corporate Responsibility, CBRE Dr. Constantine E. Kontokosta PE, Deputy Director, NYU Center for Urban Science + Progress William Teichman Director of Sustainability, Kimco Realty View full guest bios at our website.
A discussion on the definition and meaning of the word, sustainability, and how sustainability had influenced Ruth Ann Barrett's life and career. In September of 2008, Ruth Ann Barrett and her colleagues, launched the website, EarthSayers.tv, voices of sustainability. Thus began her work as a sustainability advocate creating through aggregation and curation what is now the largest Web collection of video content on the subject of sustainability. Her work also involves producing
We are all familar with sustainability as a wise use of resources. Mostly we pay attention to energy and occassionally water, but is only the first stage. To take this journey successfullly, we need to go through all three stages. Listen to understand more deeply what it means to be sustainable - to be deep green!
Ed Saltzberg, the Security and Sustainability Forum's Managing Director, discusses with Jim Buizer the importance of the sustained climate assessment recommended in the draft National Climate Assessment.
Jim is a Lead Author of the Sustained Assessment chapter of the report and Deputy Director for Climate Adaptation and International Development, Institute of the Environment at the University of Arizona. .Learn what this possible new direction in climate assessment means to researchers, decision makers and the public in this 45 minute interview and call in with questions.
About the Security and Sustainability Forum: Security and Sustainability Radio is produced by the Security and Sustainability Forum. SSF is a public interest educational organization that convenes global experts to address climate security and the impacts from other disruptions to natural systems. Register at the SSF website for free access to the
Jeff Hodgkinson, GPM-b GPM, GPM-m - career program & project manager; over 32 years of practitioner experience with expertise in program and project management principles, is applying his PM competency and expertise to promote adoption of energy efficient practices, proliferation of alternative energy sources, and grooming the next generation of PM’s to manage ‘green’ type projects.
He is a 2011 GPM Sustainability Award winner. Jeff is also a GPM Global Executive Consortium Member, the GPM Director of Certification Assessments.
Jeff will be presenting today on green issues, certifications, how to make them work in today's market, and types of jobs available to get you back to work sooner rather than later.
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