Randy Haykin, Founder and Partner at the Gratitude Network, talked with me about his upcoming daylong event on January 19, 2013 at Google Headquarters in Mountainview, California.
Articles for EARTH
by Pete Danko: For the first time, in 2012 wind narrowly beat out coal in electricity production in Ontario.
Los Angeles has long been something of a solar underperformer, given its size and sunny climate.
by Pete Danko: Google might have its critics on the privacy and antitrust fronts, but it would be hard to fault the company when it comes to promoting a clean energy future.
by Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D.: On September 13, 2001, I wrote “Circle Invocation” as an email.
by Richard Read: Eco-minded shoppers have seen environmental issues take up more space in the news,
by Bill Scanlon: If thirst is crucial to knowledge, then one crucial step in the evolution of air conditioning was born in the 1970s,
by Beth Buczynski: Love the natural look but don’t want to settle for outdated computer peripherals?
by Luke Tonachel: Looking forward to 2013, I see good news for new car buyers. Showrooms will have an unprecedented number of fuel-efficient models of both the gasoline and electric varieties.
by EcoWatch: In a year when the election was dominated by fossil fuel propaganda and both candidates for President failed to mention climate change on the campaign trail, it’s hard to say “we’re succeeding.”