The São Gonçalo solar plant contributes to the professional development of local communities

My kids were very happy When I came to work here, They were really happy, oh my God! Because, here I learn, and it’s from here that I support them, as a mother and a father. [Music] [Music] My name is Gilnete, I’m from Paranaguá but currently I live in Corrente, I’m 38 years old […]

As Elon Musk Proposes Taking Over Power Authority, Puerto Ricans Demand Community-Owned Solar Power

AMY GOODMAN: So, as the governor announced they were going to try to cancel this Whitefish Energy contract, on Sunday, we were in the offices of Ángel Figueroa Jaramillo. He is the head of UTIER, the electrical workers’ union in Puerto Rico. We were asking him about Elon Musk’s proposal to make Puerto Rico a […]

Solo Female Traveler chooses Vanlife in Europe

I am Vicki and with my beautiful dark Cleo I am travelling in my camper van Vanilla for almost one year now. I never dreamed of living the van life. I wanted to travel with my dog. Travel two months to Scandinavia and then search for a job there, doing all this in a car, […]

Floating Farm Takes Sustainable Agriculture to the Next Level

– First of all, very welcome at the first floating farm in the world. My name is Peter, and we are here in the Port of Rotterdam. We’re designing, developing, engineering floating farms on the water. It’s a challenge in the world to find space inside cities to produce healthy food very close to consumers. […]

How ‘climate procrastination’ has put the planet in peril

JUDY WOODRUFF: The United Nations has released a grim and alarming assessment about the impact of climate change. Even worse, it found that countries around the world are not doing nearly enough right now to slow the damage before it becomes worse. JOHN CHRISTENSEN, Lead Author, United Nations Emissions Gap Report: The probability of avoiding […]

VOC Leader Spotlight: Citizens Energy Group

Citizens Energy Group is a diversified energy company in Indianapolis, Indiana our business goals are focused on four key pillars: it’s customer satisfaction, employee satisfaction, operating performance, and financial performance. Most people don’t correlate customer satisfaction with utility companies. We’re in natural monopolies so we’re going to get every customer in our territory; we don’t […]

Co-Benefits of Climate Action with renewable energy

Something phenomenal is happening. Across the globe, citizens, governments and businesses are making the transition to clean energy! Investors have woken up to the fact that renewable energies are more profitable than fossil fuels. That’s good news for the climate. But renewables have many other positive effects – or “co-benefits”. They reduce the incidence of […]

Prehistoric Mammals 🎵

Everybody know their Dinosaurs But what about the creatures living in their shadows? Hop in my time machine, travel to the Meso We’re going to pay a visit to the O.G. Mammals Meet Juramaia pretty monumental Dwelling in the trees in her high rise rental Earliest placental before it was the trend She be Khaleesi […]

The Simpsons – SJWs at Yale

It’s always wonderful when a successful and childless alumnus returns. It’s delightful how you take turns sniffing after my money. Now here’s a group that was established in 1909. I hate modern music! Tempo bar we love so well The Whiffenpoofs! I’ll buy you a new library if you have them killed. So many have […]

Inspectors find 41 cracks in the grounds of Fukushima nuclear plant: local media

dozens of cracks have been found in facilities built to contain radiation at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant tokyo-based your young Eurasian one reported Sunday that’s 41 cracks were found in the plants concrete floor it says Tokyo Electric Power Company appears to have neglected their facilities with inspectors having discovered weeds growing through the concrete […]