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The National Safety Council is Featuring Inspirational Keynote Speaker Mick Ebeling

August 19th, 2019|Environment, event, Events, Safety, training|

The National Safety Council Congress happens 9/6-9/12 in San Diego, Ca. The Expo is happening 9/9-9/11. The Congress offers professional development in the industry seminars for industry professionals. The expo, open to the public, showcases a number of exhibitors in the diverse field of safety. The NSC’s mission is to prevent unnecessary deaths [...]

The 2019 Conservation in Action Tour Expects to Raise Awareness about Conservation

August 15th, 2019|Advocacy, Agriculture, Best Practices, Climate Change, Conservation, Efficiency, Environment, event, Events, Global Warming, News, News, science, Sustainability, Technology, training, Water|

The 2019 Conservation in Action Tour is August 20th-21st, 2019 in Des Moines, Ia. This will be the 12th annual tour, examining various conservation techniques from edge-of-field systems, in-field solutions, and management practices. Conservation at the leading edge is the theme for this year’s meeting. Farmers in Iowa are considered leaders of conservation [...]

Barack Obama to Give Keynote at 2019 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo in November

August 15th, 2019|Best Practices, building, Building Energy, BuildingEnergy, Conservation, Efficiency, Energy, Events, feature, featured, Financial, GreenBuild2019, GreenBuildPosts, Innovations, Sustainability, Technology|

Forty-fourth U.S. president Barack Obama will feature as the keynote speaker at the global Greenbuild International Conference and Expo 2019, the largest annual event of its kind for the green building and sustainability industry sector, held November 19-22 at the LEED Gold-designated Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA. Greenbuild 2019 features four [...]

Thought Leaders are Abundant at ESA 2019

August 14th, 2019|Agriculture, Climate Change, Conservation, Efficiency, Environment, Events, Policy, science, Sustainability, Technology, training|

The Plenary Speakers at ESA 2019 are covering diverse topics that are essential to the future of ecology and the way we humans live on the planet. These thought leaders are leading the way for the ecological movement. In addition to these speakers, many others have been speaking throughout the event. Opening Speaker, [...]

Largest Convention for Solar, Smart Energy, Storage, and Fuel Cells

August 12th, 2019|Building Energy, Energy, Energy News, EV, event, Events, feature, featured, Fuel Cell, Hydrogen, Innovations, Microgrids, Renewable Energy Solutions, Smart Energy, Solar, Solar Farm, Sustainability, Wind, Wind|

From September 23-26, over 19,000 energy industries professional will converge in In Salt Lake City, UT to attend North America Smart Energy Week. As the largest convention of its kind in North America, Smart Energy Week brings more than 700 leading manufacturers, service providers, and vendors to its expansive expo floor.  Smart Energy [...]

14th International Conference on Agriculture & Horticulture 2019

August 11th, 2019|Agriculture, Climate Change, Efficiency, Environment, Events, food safety, Global Warming, News, News, science, Sustainability, Technology, training, World|

The International Conference on Agriculture and Horticulture is happening August 15th-16th in Rome, Italy. The annual event’s theme this year is the global state of agriculture. Geared toward industry professionals and academia, this event is expected to bring roughly 2,000 participants and 50 Exhibitors from around the world. The company Conference Series is [...]

Largest Convention for Solar, Smart Energy, Storage, and Fuel Cells

From September 23-26, over 19,000 energy industries professional will converge in In Salt Lake City, UT to attend North America Smart Energy Week. As the largest convention of its kind in North America, Smart Energy Week brings more than 700 leading manufacturers, service providers, and vendors to its expansive [...]

The Agri-Food Event Kicks Off Today

The Vertical Farming Conference kicks off today in Venlo, The Netherlands as part of the Agri-Food Innovation Event. Today’s speaker is Andre Fabris, as part of the smart farming conference, a section of the Vertical Farming Conference. Fabris will likely speak about Project Animus, a slightly elusive machine learning [...]

There is No National Policy in the U.S. Requiring Recycling

Americans are notoriously bad at recycling. We don’t like thinking about trash. As soon as our trash is tossed in the bin, it is forgotten about forever, for someone else to deal with. The average person doesn’t know how recycling works in the U.S. The people who generally know [...]

Malaysia is Sending Recycling Back to Canada

Malaysia is another country in Asia to reject plastic waste from the west. As a result of China’s decision to stop accepting plastic waste from the United States and others, 7 Million tons per year have been interrupted. In the midst of confusion and market failure, waste was illegally [...]

Vertical Farming Conference June 26th, 2019

Vertical Farming Conference takes place on June 26th, 2019 as part of the two-day Agri-Food Innovation event in Venlo, The Netherlands. Some of the focus topics include Improved resource-use efficiency, food safety, AI, robotics, and sustainable buildings. Leo Marcelis, a thought leader for the vertical farming movement, has been [...]

Investments in Vertical Farms growing

The Vertical Farming trend is growing in America, promising a more sustainable approach than conventional farming practices. Paul Gauthier, a leading thought leader in the field, is out to show the potential for vertical farming and the hurdles the industry faces. Companies are investing in Vertical Farm start-ups in [...]

Thought Leaders are Abundant at ESA 2019

The Plenary Speakers at ESA 2019 are covering diverse topics that are essential to the future of ecology and the way we humans live on the planet. These thought leaders are leading the way for the ecological movement. In addition to these speakers, many others have been speaking throughout [...]

14th International Conference on Agriculture & Horticulture 2019

The International Conference on Agriculture and Horticulture is happening August 15th-16th in Rome, Italy. The annual event’s theme this year is the global state of agriculture. Geared toward industry professionals and academia, this event is expected to bring roughly 2,000 participants and 50 Exhibitors from around the world. The [...]

Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting 2019

The Ecological Society of America is holding their (Link to event) annual meeting August 11th-16th at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, Kentucky. The annual meeting brings together people from all over the country to discuss important issues surrounding ecology and other scientific disciplines. The event is hosted [...]

A Soil Health Mindset is a Growing Trend in Agriculture

Farmers are working on rebuilding the nation’s soil. Midwest farmers have had a long term love-hate relationship with soil from the 1800’s when agriculture first began to the Dust Bowl in the 1930’s. Soil had consistently degraded until the 1980’s when farmers began working toward better practices to ensure [...]

Irish Teen’s Science Project May Hold Key to Tackling Ocean Plastic Pollution

An Ireland teen’s Google Science Fair project may offer the world’s oceans relief from the ever-increasing microplastics pollution dilemma. Eighteen-year-old Fionn Ferreira won the $50,000 grand prize of educational funds at Google’s annual 2018-2019 fair for teens ages 13 through 18 for his project focusing on the extraction of [...]

Plastic Free July is Over But the Plastic Fight Continues

It’s the end of Plastic Free July, the campaign to raise awareness of the world’s plastic consumption problem. The campaign boasts that 120 million people took the pledge to stop using plastic for the month of July this year. Raising awareness for this issue is important for the planet [...]

Earth Overshoot Day is Happening Earlier Every Year

Today is Earth Overshoot Day. Each year the world reaches the point where we have used more resources than the earth can renew in a year. Since the 1970’s the date has become earlier and earlier each year. According to reporting by the United Nations Climate Change Committee, fossil [...]

Australia’s National Tree Day Takes Place on 7/28

Australia’s national tree day is July 28th. Schools are participating Friday the 26th with tree plantings in schools throughout Australia. National Tree Day, put on by Planet Ark, aims to plant trees for schools, communities, and businesses. Around 300,000 volunteers each year participate in the day, raising awareness, environmental [...]

The California Condor is a Success Story for Conservation

Photo by Los Angeles Times The California Condor has a wingspan of more than 9 feet, weighs 20 pounds, and can glide at 55mph thousands of feet in the air. According to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, the birds cover large distances in search of [...]

The 2019 International Conference on Green Energy and Environmental Technology

The Green Energy & Environmental Technology Conference of 2019 is happening from July 24th- 26th.. The Paris event, put on by Sciknowledge, will include keynote speakers from around the world. This international event is geared toward academics, researchers, and people in the science community. Collaboration and scientific sessions are [...]

Sustainable Ocean Summit, Paris 2019

This November, Paris will host the gathering of leaders of the ocean-based business community from all over the world at the ninth annual World Ocean Council (WOC) Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS). Their goal: moving the industry toward action on "Corporate Ocean Responsibility," and promoting industry-driven change. A change in [...]

Composting is Gaining Momentum in the Midwest

Compost is beginning to expand throughout the Midwest. Compost has widely been used by avid gardeners as a natural fertilizer but has been gaining popularity in the past few decades for the average American. Compost is organic material that can be added to soil to help plants grow. Many [...]

Agriculture and the Ogallala Aquifer in the High Plains

There is no doubt that the agriculture industry occupies a large percentage of the nation’s water consumption. Generally, about 70% of the water we take from rivers and groundwater are used for irrigation and only about 10% is used for domestic use. In California, the number is 80%, due [...]

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