Environment

Let the $un Shine

What do a synagogue, a dance center, and 500 strangers in 13 countries have in common? The answer might surprise you. Andreas Karelas is the 2013 Audubon Toyota Together Green Conservation Leadership Fellow.  He has ten years of experience in environmental & renewable energy experience and is now the Founder and Executive Director of RE-volv, a …

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Power to the People

Member-owned Kodiak Electric provides more power from renewable resources for less money. Jim Devlin is Operations & Engineering Manager at Kodiak Electric Association in Alaska  Food For Thought & Conversation Share your thoughts about Kodiak Electric surpassing its goal of 95% renewable power by 2020 by reaching 99%in 2014. Jim points out that Kodiak Electric’s Cooperative’s …

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Hatching Solutions

Kodiak Fishery works with nature to increase the salmon population without chemicals.  Al Seale is Pillar Creek Hatchery Manager in Kodiak, Alaska  Food For Thought & Conversation Pillar Creek Hatchery appears to be filling a need in the Kodiak region by contributing to the provision of the 35% of hatchery wild salmon in the area.  Please discuss …

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United for Life

How the citizens of Charleston came together to protect their most precious resource: water. Mel Hoover is Reverend Emeritus of the Unitarian Universalist Church. He was the 2013 recipient of Unitarian Universalist Association Distinguished Service Award for his work in anti-racism, anti-oppression, community-building, gender equality and environmental justice. He is 2014 Co-Founder of the MelRose Positive …

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