Earthx2022, the world-renowned green gathering hosted by Dallas-based international environmental organization EarthX, returns in-person for the first time since 2019 in a new location in the Dallas Arts District, April 20-24. The 11th annual event brings together world leaders, government officials, NGOs, scientists, business executives, youth advocates, artists, and experts to inspire action toward a more sustainable future worldwide. CONFERENCE EarthxConference is a series of … Continue reading EARTHX IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE EARTHx2022: WORLD-RENOWNED ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSITION RETURNS IN-PERSON IN A NEW LOCATION APRIL 20-24 IN THE DALLAS ARTS DISTRICT
Growing partnership now includes Bar 20 Dairy, a farm based in Kerman, CA As the first automaker to collaborate with dairy farms on renewable energy projects, BMW of North America and California Bioenergy (CalBio) today announced an expanded partnership to include Bar 20 Dairy, a farm based in Kerman, CA. The collaboration aims to power EVs in California with clean energy, and generate cleaner air … Continue reading BMW of North America And California Bioenergy Expand Partnership Utilizing Innovative Dairy Technology to Provide Clean Energy for EV Charging in California
All-New, High-Performance BMW Concept Vehicle to Be Unveiled. MINI Vision Urbanaut Makes its North American Debut. BMW Motorrad CE 04 Fully-Electric, Zero Emissions Scooter Makes its U.S. Debut. BMW Group will host media at [SPACE] by BMW, an immersive brand experience at The Grove in Los Angeles (189 The Grove Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90036) on Tuesday, November 16 from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 … Continue reading BMW Group to Host Los Angeles Media Showcase
Community Power series spotlights local stories of clean transportation, jobs, and justice. The Redford Center, in collaboration with the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) and Chispa, announced the launch of a new series of short films showcasing community power in a collective call for civic engagement around clean transportation to build a safer, more just future. About Power the Vote: Community PowerAs part of The … Continue reading LCV, Chispa, and The Redford Center Partner to Build Community Power Through New Short Film Series
By: James Groth / Miles Ahead Communications Winding and scenic roads just outside of Nashville, TN provided an ideal setting for the media introduction of the seventh-generation Lexus ES. For 2019 the lineup features the V6 ES 350, ES 300h hybrid and for the first time the ES F-SPORT. At time of writing there is an embargo on the driving impressions of the three … Continue reading Lexus ES 300h, What The Socially Responsible Moderately Rich Will Be Driving Next
By: Stephan Pisko The greater the human population the greater the chances for humongous human greed with so many more cultures and countries buying into world system structure technologies – fast food – make more – do more – get extra – do the most – get the most – it’s real greed grabbing gusto worldwide to think of (9) billion plus people with virtually … Continue reading Human Greed: Go Back, We Fracked Up Everything!
By Dahr Jamail, Truthout | Report Original Truthout article can be found here Support your favorite writers by making sure we can keep publishing them! Make a donation to Truthout to ensure independent journalism survives. Two weeks ago, I gave a keynote presentation about anthropogenic climate disruption (ACD) at a large sustainability conference in Chico, California. During the question-and-answer session following my talk, a … Continue reading Dahr Jamail | Thanks to Climate Disruption, Earth Is Already Losing Critical Biosphere Components
By: Lori Hoffman “Food Evolution” is a documentary From Academy Award®-nominated director Scott Hamilton Kennedy (THE GARDEN, FAME HIGH, OT: OUR TOWN) and narrated by Neil DeGrasse Tyson showing both sides of the GMO debate around the world. The film portrays the idea that people develop beliefs based on their gut and due to this, non-GMO advocates are challenging empirical scientific evidence. When results are … Continue reading “Food Evolution” A Film Which Has Something Important To Add To The Conversation
Conservation International (CI) welcomes the Cook Islands government’s decision to legally establish Marae Moana. Five years of close consultation between the government, partners and local communities has resulted in Marae Moana, becoming the world’s largest multiple-use marine park — a remarkable stride towards the protection of their oceans which provide food security and livelihoods to the people of Cook Islands. The Parliament of the … Continue reading Conservation International Statement on Cook Islands’ Legislation of Marae Moana, the World’s Largest Marine Park
Courtesy of The Humane Society of the United States Robert Redford, Ed Harris, Elle Fanning, Ian Somerhalder and countless other equine enthusiasts joined The Humane Society of the United States, Humane Society Legislative Fund, Return to Freedom and the ASPCA to draw attention to the threat posed to wild horses and burros. (See letter and list of fifty plus signatures from actors, singers, screenwriters and … Continue reading Robert Redford, Ed Harris, Elle Fanning and more join animal coalition in urging Congress to oppose wild horse slaughter
By Saga Elmotaseb What is going on with the world today? Why are we not taking better care of our planet? Do we not see and hear and read the catastrophes of climate change and the worsening effects it’s having on our planet? Acclaimed and Oscar® Nominated director Josh Fox (GASLAND) takes us on a world wide journey where he personally injects himself into regions … Continue reading Film Review Of “HOW TO LET GO OF THE WORLD AND LOVE ALL THE THINGS CLIMATE CAN’T CHANGE”
By The Art Of Monteque Team “I have fed species greater than you, and I have starved species greater than you … I am prepared to evolve. Are you?” asks “Mother Nature,” voiced by Julia Roberts How would we react if Nature had a voice and told us just how it felt about the way we were treating it? What if through our … Continue reading #Nature Is Speaking, Are you Listening?
By Jannie Vaught The dry hot day’s of August have been dragging on with unbelievable heat. I have been scurrying outside early and trying to tend the garden. Then I am back indoors as the heat bears down. So today, as a new month is upon us; I thought we would have a visit about water. The concern and worry across the … Continue reading Water and Sustainability
By Jannie Vaught Who’s your farmer? I for one know where my produce comes from. My very own garden. At one time I knew who grew my food, raised my beef and milked the cow, I raised my children on. Now we are very far away from this simply life style and all the goodness it brought with it. We are fed from monster … Continue reading Bloom Where Your Planted