Here are 10 reasons why the Leaders in Energy Four Generations Awards and Holiday Event is the place to be this Friday night! It’s all about “The Urgency of Now!”
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Do you feel that you matter and that you can make a difference to make this world a better place through positive action? Increasingly, people are feeling bombarded by so much bad news that they can start totally tuning out or becoming paralyzed by inaction because they are totally overloaded or disillusioned. It’s like what can one person do?
Around the world, 2016 was a year of tremendous change, upheaval in some cases, and new opportunities that the Leaders in Energy group, now in its fourth year, has explored during our twelve sustainability networking events in the Washington, DC area. Here is our review of the past year.
From energy conservation to sustainable architecture and the transition to a clean energy economy, Leaders in Energy has grown in just four short years to become a renowned multi-disciplinary, global forum.
Leaders in Energy recently celebrated its 2,400th member — Whitaker Irvin Jr. — Chief Operating Officer for QuasarWave Corporation in Park City, Utah. We asked Whit to tell us about his interest and background in energy. Here’s what he had to say.
Perspectives from 3 Attendees at CWEEL/WEEC Reception By MIRIAM ACZEL, Leaders in Energy On September 22, 2016, the Council on Women in Energy & Environmental...
If you love the idea of making the world a cleaner, greener place, keep on reading. If you want to get paid to make the world cleaner and greener, definitely keep reading!
We have limited resources. We’re depending on the future generation to nurture a cleaner, more peaceful and productive world. But the choices we make now are critical to what will be available to us in the future. We need to take advantage of all renewable technologies: solar, wind, wave, tidal, biofuel – that will decrease our reliance on fossil fuels. As our carbon footprint gets larger, governments, businesses, and people are increasingly focused on green practices. Thus, the demand for green jobs continues to grow.
By EDYTHE RICHARDS, Career Counselor This article was originally posted on Ms. Richards’ website and is being reposted with permission of the author. “Networking”...