The Electric Vehicle Revolution is HERE!

Yet another important milestone was achieved for the Electric Vehicle (EV) revolution this past Tuesday when Vice President Joe Biden visited his home state of Delaware to announce the reopening of a former GM Manufacturing Plant that will be modified to produce electric vehicles. Continue reading “The Electric Vehicle Revolution is HERE!”

Project 350

This past Saturday, October 24th, marked an important day for activists’ worldwide as we participated in the single, largest global demonstration for climate change in history.  From Paris, France to Beijing, China – from Hyderbad, India to Houston, Texas, demonstrators from around the globe united under one banner – Project 350.  Painted on bodies and printed on shirts and towels, the number 350, representing in parts per million, carbon in our atmosphere, was heard throughout the world. People in 181 different countries, participating in over 5200 events, called for strong action and bold leadership on the climate crisis. Continue reading “Project 350”

Water Shortage: A Worldwide Problem by 2020

Concerned increased over water conservation this past week when the United Nations Education and Scientific Council (UNESCO) published a report that predicted water shortage will be a serious worldwide problem by the year 2020. Let us evaluate the global picture. The Environmental Protection Agency  (EPA) suggests that in the United States, the biggest water consumer on Earth, the average American family uses 176 gallons of water per day compared to just 5 gallons of water the average African family uses. Continue reading “Water Shortage: A Worldwide Problem by 2020”