Building resilience in communities is an area of action in sustainability that requires broad leadership in business, policy, and planning. More strategically, resilience is an opportunity for businesses, organizations, and government to fill gaps in vulnerable areas while creating the conditions for long-term economic growth.
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By JANINE FINNELL, Founder and Clean Energy Ambassador, Leaders in Energy I attended a meeting this week in Arlington, Virginia with several of my neighbors...
Join us for our upcoming event with bioenergy and clean energy professionals at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center (DC Convention Center) on The Evolving Bioeconomy and Renewable Fuels on Monday, June 22, from 6-8 p.m.
Topics will include the renewable fuels standard, how bioenergy resources can be produced in sustainable ways, utilizing algae as a way to produce products and capture carbon, and employment and career opportunities in the bioenergy sector. This event will take place on the evening before the U.S. Department of Energy, Bioenergy 2015 Conference on Tuesday, June 23 through Wednesday, June 24, at the DC Convention Center. This will be a great opportunity to meet other bioenergy and clean energy professionals from around the U.S. and the world who will be attending the conference.
Guest Post by Dan Smolen, Managing Principal, The Green Suits, LLC. This article is cross-posted on LinkedIn.
We are sure some reading this post will be immediately taken aback by its provocative title. Seriously...how could one characterize an [American] economy with 5.5 percent unemployment—down from recessionary highs of over 10 percent in 2009—as dull gray?
Join Janine Finnell, Founder and Clean Energy Ambassador, and Basile Lemba, Founder of the Fairfax Breakfast Club, as they discuss the impact climate change is...