Principle of using energy without compromising the needs of future generations
In this episode, we discuss the topic of green energy with Andrew Morriss, the Dean of Texas A&M University School of Innovation and Vice President for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development at Texas A&M University. As a lawyer and an economist, Andrew has been teaching for almost 30 years. Throughout his career, he has focused his energy on uncovering the truth behind widely accepted political and economic narratives… Andrew has always been interested in energy – looking at where it comes from, how we use it, and the tradeoffs that are necessary when it comes to changing the way we use it. From his research came the book entitled The False Promise of Green Energy, where he explores the “irresponsibility of attempting to transform modern society with borrowed money, wishful thinking, and bad economics.” Join the conversation to hear Andrew address: The energy use of electric vehicles vs. gas vehicles. How cobalt mining impacts the environment and people who mine it. The environmental impacts of wind and solar energy. Why green energy infrastructure may be insufficient for large-scale use. Want to find out more about Andrew and his investigations? Click here now! Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
Megan Greene is a senior fellow at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University and is the global chief economist at Kroll. Megan is also a contributing editor and columnist for the Financial Times and is a returning guest to the podcast. She rejoins David on Macro Musings to talk about a recent article she has written titled, *UK Market Turmoil is a Harbinger of Global Events to Come.* David and Megan also discuss the basics of what caused the UK's recent crisis, how persistent inflation continues to impact the global economy, the current outlook for international energy production, and a lot more. Transcript for the episode can be found here. Megan's website Megan's Kroll profile Megan's Twitter: @economistmeg David's Twitter: @DavidBeckworth Follow us on Twitter: @Macro_Musings Click here for the latest Macro Musings episodes sent straight to your inbox! Related Links: *UK Market Turmoil is a Harbinger of Global Events to Come* by Megan Greene *The World is Starting to Hate the Fed* by Edward Luce
Is our push into green energy riddled with hidden costs? In this special report, we look at China's growing dominance in the renewable energy sector, the costs to the environment and human life, and how every American is involved. Joining us to help shed light on the topic are Silicon Valley author Ann Bridges; and Kelly Sloan, senior fellow in energy and environment at the Centennial Institute. ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
Do you have vampires in your house? Chances are, you do. It's a misconception that when your devices are turned off, they stop drawing power. Even when a phone or tablet charger is not connected to the device, it still draws electricity while connected to an outlet. In this episode of the Unplugged podcast, we dive into vampire electronics and how you can save money on your electric bill.
The one hundred and seventieth episode of the DSR Daily Brief. Stories Cited in the Episode Iran protests: Police fire on Mahsa Amini mourners - witnesses Putin oversees first Russian nuclear drill since invasion of Ukraine Ukraine war to speed shift to green energy, IEA says Israel and Lebanon Officially Sign Maritime Border Deal Lee Jae-yong named executive chairman of Samsung Electronics In Mexico, ruling party infighting gets worse Uganda steps up Ebola response as virus infects 109, kills 30 The Newest Card-Carrying Members of AARP: 20-Somethings Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Oct. 27, 2022 - In response to an arduous and burdensome regulatory process for developers seeking to construct renewable energy projects, the state overhauled the approval process in New York, but not all upstate communities are happy about the change. USA Today Network reporter Tom Zambito explains how the siting landscape has changed and highlights a legal challenge to the new state office overseeing these projects.
Jonathan Menard, Chief Research Officer at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, Dena Prastos, Founder of Indigo River and Dr. Som Mitra, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Environmental Science at NJIT, discuss climate change initiatives and outlook from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Hosts: Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec. Producer: Paul Brennan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
GuestGillian DieboldPolicy Analyst - Center for Data Innovation [@DataInnovation]On Twitter | https://twitter.com/g1lliandieboldOn LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/gillian-diebold459/HostMarco CiappelliCo-Founder at ITSPmagazine [@ITSPmagazine] and Host of Redefining Society PodcastOn ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/marco-ciappelliCo-HostSean MartinCo-Founder at ITSPmagazine [@ITSPmagazine] and Host of Redefining CyberSecurity Podcast [@RedefiningCyber]On ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/sean-martin_____________________________EPISODE NOTES:Technology has the potential to be the Social Equalizer — yes, with education, of course — but is it?Well, education is not that either, but that is a story for another time. In this episode, we talk about the Data Divide, which, just like the Digital Divide, has become a social phenomenon that puts underserved and marginalized categories in the unfortunate condition of not taking advance of the Digital Age as they should and could.But pay attention as it is different. So often, when we talk about Data, we discuss the fact that organizations, governments, and companies are taking WAY TOO MUCH DATA, and we need to stop them from doing so. But not all Data is the same. There is the one taken to spy, sell, market everything, and somehow control citizens — depending on where you live and who you are — and there is the “good” data, the one that can help you to stay healthy, get a job, get an education, and overall get you in the societal loop that we all need nowadays to thrive.So, divide, in this case, means that if you are on the wrong side of it, things are getting worst at the same rate that technology gets better. Well, you‘ll get what I mean in this episode of Redefining Society, where we talk about these topics and much more.Tune in, and listen up! _____________________________This Episode's SponsorsBugcrowd
It's October 25th. You're listening to the President's Daily Brief. Your morning intel starts now. ------ We've got a Special Edition of the PDB this morning. And it's special because we're going to talk about something nobody is talking about: Last month the US Government acknowledged that the batteries powering the Renewable Energy Revolution in this country — the electric vehicles, the solar and wind farms, all of it — those batteries are produced by child miners in the Congo. Now, we've talked about this on the PDB in the past as a part of our series that I called Dirty Green Energy. But this is official confirmation from the US Government itself. And it's a big deal. But then why is this report not in the press? Why aren't politicians talking about it? Why aren't car manufacturers acknowledging it? ------ Please remember to subscribe if you enjoyed this episode of the President's Daily Brief. Email: PDB@TheFirstTV.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Veriten Founder and CEO Maynard Holt stopped by the Flecha Azul Tequila Podcast studio to visit with his old friend Dan Pickering about all things Energy "classic" and his take on the next steps of The Energy Transition. Our co-host Josh Lowrey just tried to hang on while these titans of industry went back in forth in a wide ranging conversation that didn't stay on the famous Pickering agenda for long.....and you'll enjoy the detour. Thank you to our sponsors: Pickering Energy Partners https://pickeringenergypartners.com/ Energy Workforce & Technology Council https://energyworkforce.org/ Preng & Associates https://www.preng.com/ Merit Advisors https://meritadvisor.com/ For more information on the production of this podcast, visit https://uprightdigital.com/
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 3: 5:05pm- During a recent debate, Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-Virginia) claimed that high gas prices emphasize the need to transition to Green Energy. 5:10pm- According to a Rolling Stone Magazine report from Tatiana Siegel, Emmy award-winning producer James Gordon Meek—who was in the process of investigating the Biden Administration's withdrawal from Afghanistan—had his home raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and has remained out of the public spotlight since. 5:30pm- Dr. Mehmet Oz—Republican Candidate for U.S. Senate representing Pennsylvania—joins the show to talk about the biggest issues being debated in the 2022 midterm elections: the economy, high crime-rates, and education. Biden continues to deplete the nation's petroleum reserves while denying responsibility for increased gas prices. Dr. Oz explains how Pennsylvania fracking can help America become energy independent. 5:55pm- Time to Reduce the Load: U.S. developed “green technology” but gave it away to China, robot cops with shot guns, Jeff Bezos' economic warning, Elon Musk's feud with Ukrainian officials.
3:05pm- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) advisory committee voted to recommend COVID-19 vaccines be added to the childhood immunization schedule—which could potentially result in vaccination being required in order to attend public schools. While appearing on Fox News prior to the recommendation officially being made, Johns Hopkins Professor Dr. Marty Makary explained that the CDC's guidance is being issued despite no clinical data supporting vaccination against COVID-19 for young children being made available to the public. 3:20pm- While visiting Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, President Joe Biden delivered a 20-minute speech touting his Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and appeared alongside Senate candidate John Fetterman. 3:40pm- Ben Weingarten—Columnist at RealClearInvestigation—joins the show to talk about his latest project, “Invisible Hand or Iron Fist? RealClearInvestigations' Guide to Politicized Capitalism,” which operates as “a one-stop trove of resources allowing readers, including investors, to survey today's politically charged corporate battlefield and assess how companies are influencing American politics from outside the voting booth, and being influenced themselves.” 4:10pm- MSNBC anchor Andrea Mitchell is facing criticism following a “softball interview” with Democrat candidate for Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro. During the interview, Mitchell did not ask a single question about high-crime-rates in Pennsylvania. Mediaite's Jackson Richman writes: “Both violent and property crime in Pennsylvania have only increased over the past year. As of Oct. 13, there have been 429 homicides in Philadelphia in 2022, just three fewer homicides than the number of them at this point in 2021. The number of armed and non-armed robberies in the City of Brotherly Love has skyrocketed year-over-year.” 4:35pm- The Daily Caller's Jack McEvoy described President Joe Biden's claim that he hasn't done anything to hinder domestic oil production as “disingenuous.” He writes: “the Biden administration has instituted a regulatory crackdown on producers and discouraged investment in the industry while blaming oil and gas companies for the resulting shortages and price hikes.” 4:50pm- During his monologue on Wednesday night, MSNBC host Chris Hayes stated, “keeping gas prices low is key to preserving and strengthening the future of our democracy” because price stability will, theoretically, lead to people voting Democrat over Republican during the 2022 midterms. 5:05pm- During a recent debate, Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-Virginia) claimed that high gas prices emphasize the need to transition to Green Energy. 5:10pm- According to a Rolling Stone Magazine report from Tatiana Siegel, Emmy award-winning producer James Gordon Meek—who was in the process of investigating the Biden Administration's withdrawal from Afghanistan—had his home raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and has remained out of the public spotlight since. 5:30pm- Dr. Mehmet Oz—Republican Candidate for U.S. Senate representing Pennsylvania—joins the show to talk about the biggest issues being debated in the 2022 midterm elections: the economy, high crime-rates, and education. Biden continues to deplete the nation's petroleum reserves while denying responsibility for increased gas prices. Dr. Oz explains how Pennsylvania fracking can help America become energy independent. 5:55pm- Time to Reduce the Load: U.S. developed “green technology” but gave it away to China, robot cops with shotguns, Jeff Bezos' economic warning, Elon Musk's feud with Ukrainian officials. 6:05pm- Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano—Republican Candidate for Pennsylvania Governor—joins the show to talk about the CDC's advisory committee voting to recommend COVID-19 vaccines be added to the childhood immunization schedule. Sen. Mastriano states that he will not compel parents or children to receive the vaccine in order to attend public school, if elected governor. 6:15pm- While speaking via Zoom at Stanford University, U.S. Assistant Secretary for Health Dr. Rachel Levine criticized state laws that prevent children from undergoing “gender affirming” medical procedures. 6:30pm- According to reports, Georgia has broken a state record for most first-day early voting ballots cast in a midterm election—with over 131,000. However, Democrat candidate for Georgia Governor Stacey Abrams continues to insist that voter suppression is rampant in the state. 6:45pm- According to the Heritage Foundation's 2023 Index of U.S. Military Strength, the nation's military may not have the capability to successfully wage war in two areas of conflict simultaneously. Alarmingly, the report stated of the U.S. Airforce: “even though the munitions stockpile may have returned to a level that is capable of supporting a surge in expenditures associated with a conflict similar to the global war on terrorism—loosely encompassing operations in Afghanistan and Iraq—it probably would not support a peer-level fight that lasted more than a few weeks.” 6:55pm- Who Won Social Media? + Zeoli's Final Thought
Diesel prices remain high as inventory levels in the country reach a two-year low. What's behind it, and will we face a diesel crisis? The green energy transition could have a dark side. It may be linked to human rights abuses like child labor. The United Kingdom's new Prime Minister Liz Truss resigns—after only 45 days in office. If you've been waiting to buy a used car because they're so expensive, you might be in luck. Prices are going down. A paramedic is training to use a new, special kind of rescue suit that could help get to mountain accidents faster. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
Full Hour | In today's third hour, after resetting the side topic of the day, Dom continues on with the Dom Giordano Program, leading off by playing back a KDKA interview with Gisele Fetterman, who suggested that NBC staff should be sent to sensitivity training for comments made about her husband's health, even though the reporting was fully factual. Then, after playing Dom's Money Melody, Dom continues on with a political conversation, playing back a clip from a Biden press conference today, in which the President suggested that the Country continue their dip into the strategic oil reserve, pushing again the notion that we need to focus on clean energy to become independent. Also, throughout the hour, Dom talks about issues most important to voters and where January 6th falls into that list, and discusses with Dan whether Kanye West's recent irrationality is an attempt to be cancelled to get out of the public eye. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Hour 1 of The Drew Mariani Show on 10-19-22 Patrick Brown joins us for a look at the Student Loan Forgiveness program and what it's impact will be Gregory Wrightstone shines a light on the rapid shifts to green energy **This is a replay episode
Commercial Real Estate and Investment Banker Joel Ross, of the 'Ross Rant,' joins Andy to talk about the economy. Joel blames the Democrats for the mess we are in, thinks the push for Green Energy is a sham and labels Trump a 'horrible guy.'
Scientists have long been calling for a transition to clean energy to prevent catastrophic impacts of climate change. For much of that time, many people and, specifically, many of those in power, were skeptical of the need to do something about the warming climate. But even as the facts about the changing climate became increasingly […]
EPISODE 83 - Our Guest: TRAVIS DAVIS - Travis Davis Author of Flames of Deception - A Fictional look at the potential for World War ThreeAn Air Force Brat that grew up in Arkansas, Spain, New York, and California. He joined the US Army at 17 years old as an Armored Reconnaissance Specialist and was stationed in the various forts in the United States and in Germany where he met his beautiful wife. During his three tours in Germany, he conducted hundreds of border patrols along the East-West German border and Czechoslovakia West German border. Where he saw first-hand communism and its oppression of its citizens. He retired from the US Army where his last duty assignment was Assistant Operations Sergeant of 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment; Fort Polk Louisiana he is a lifetime member of the Sergeant Morales Club and received multiple awards including the Meritorious Service Medal. He currently works for a cyber security company as a Director Technical Solutions Specialist and has held positions of leadership in multiple leading software companies and has spoken at technology conferences in the US and Europe. He was the Technical Editor for Que Publishing for their Microsoft MCSE series and contributing author for the Windows 2000 Handbook. Travis is the co-founder of Point N Time Software and the inventor of Meeting Mapper and Strategy Mapper.While not writing or working, Travis enjoys exercising, traveling (loves a good road trip), baking different loaves of bread, and just relaxing in his backyard with friends and family while having a cold beer. He currently lives in Allen Texas with his wife of 36 years, he has three adult children, two daughters living in Arkansas and one son living in Northern Virginia, and seven wonderful grandchildren.“Travis never met a stranger,” is what his wife always says.The Book: FLAMES OF DECEPTIONAn imagery analyst at the National Geo-Spatial Agency (NGA) analyzing imagery of the oil fields in Western Siberia identifies strange behavior in the oil fields, his keen eye uncovers the best-kept secret in modern history. The potential for World War III is real, can it be stopped?Web: https://randomthoughts.llc/Author Page Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/~/e/B0B7PRVKZGTwitter: @realTWDavisFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/realtwdavisSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5zjM4qFjsQsJA2Ivmfwljm ___https://livingthenextchapter.com/podcast produced by: https://truemediasolutions.ca/Have a podcast and need a great website? Try Podpage!Start your podcast today!Following the link below let's Buzzsprout know:- that we sent you, - gets you a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, - and helps support our show.Click here to try Buzzsprout!A podcast is an excellent business card for your book, coaching program or business! Build a community away from the rented land of social media - speak directly to your community and position yourself as the expert that you truly are!Take your passion to the next level - let us help you start and grow your podcast! Podcasts work. Visit https://truemediasolutions.ca/
Can You Secure Security Cameras? The Coming Green Energy Nightmare - Email Scams Hitting Businesses and Lonely Hearts Scams… Eight questions to ask yourself before getting a security camera https://www.welivesecurity.com/2022/10/03/8-questions-ask-yourself-getting-home-security-camera/ Security cameras were once the preserve of the rich and famous. Now anyone can get their hands on one thanks to technological advances. The advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) has created a significant new market – for manufacturers of devices like connected doorbells and baby monitors and more sophisticated whole-of-property systems. Connected to home Wi-Fi networks, these devices allow owners to watch live video footage, record video for later, and receive alerts when out of the house. Yet these same features can also expose households to new risks if the camera is compromised and the footage is leaked. Not all vendors have as big a focus on security and privacy as they should. That means you need to ask the right questions before starting. ++++++++ Romance scammer and BEC fraudster sent to prison for 25 years https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2022/10/04/romance-scammer-and-bec-fraudster-sent-to-prison-for-25-years/ Elvis Eghosa Ogiekpolor was jailed for 25 years in Atlanta, Georgia, for running a cybercrime group that scammed close to $10,000,000 in under two years from individuals and businesses caught up in the so-called romance and BEC scams. BEC is short for business email compromise, an umbrella term for a form of online scam in which the attackers acquire login access to email accounts inside a company so that the fraudulent emails they send don't just seem to come from the company they're attacking, but do come from there. ++++++++ How a deepfake Mark Ruffalo scammed half a million dollars from a lonely heart https://grahamcluley.com/how-a-deepfake-mark-ruffalo-scammed-half-a-million-dollars-from-a-lonely-heart/ The Asahi Shimbun reports that 74-year-old Manga artist Chikae Ide received an unsolicited message via Facebook in February 2018 from somebody claiming to be Ruffalo. With help from some translation software, an initially skeptical Ide responded to the Hollywood actor, attaching a photograph of herself. An American friend of Ide subsequently questioned whether the person claiming to be Ruffalo was genuine, noting that he wrote: “like somebody who has not learned English.” But, says Ide, a 30-second video call blew away any suspicions. “I'm sure it was Mark himself behind the screen chatting with me,” Ide said. Energy… The Coming Green Electricity Nightmare https://wattsupwiththat.com/2022/10/02/the-coming-green-electricity-nightmare/ What this net-zero transition would require: How many millions of wind turbines, billions of solar panels, billions of EVs, backup batteries, millions of transformers, thousands of miles of transmission lines – sprawling across millions of acres of wildlife habitat, scenic and agricultural lands, and people's once-placid backyards? To cite just one example, just the 2,500 wind turbines needed for New York electricity (30,000 megawatts) would require nearly 110,000 tons of copper – which would necessitate mining, crushing, processing, and refining 25 million tons of copper ore … after removing some 40 million tons of overlying rock to reach the ore bodies. Multiply that times 50 states – and the entire world – plus transmission lines. Spooks… FLASHBACK: CIA Sabotaged Soviet Pipeline to Europe in 1982 - US Software Caused Massive Explosion in Siberian Pipeline Seen From Space https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/10/flashback-cia-sabotaged-soviet-pipeline-europe-1982-us-software-caused-massive-explosion-siberian-pipeline-seen-space/ Back in 1982, the CIA sabotaged a Soviet pipeline in Siberia. US software caused a gas pipeline explosion so large it could be seen in space. The Americans did not want the Europeans to purchase Soviet gas. In January 1982, President Ronald Reagan approved a CIA plan to sabotage the economy of the Soviet Union through covert transfers of technology that contained hidden malfunctions, including software that later triggered a massive explosion in a Siberian natural gas pipeline, according to a memoir by a Reagan White House official. ++++++++ Former NSA Employee Faces Death Penalty for Selling Secrets https://www.darkreading.com/attacks-breaches/ex--nsa-employee-faces-death-penalty-for-selling-secrets When he left his job as an information systems security designer with the National Security Agency, Jareh Sebastian Dalke allegedly took a few classified documents with him. Stealing — and then attempting to sell — those secret government documents could land the Colorado Springs man on death row. Dalke has been charged with trying to sell those government secrets to a foreign government. But, according to a Department of Justice affidavit, the sale went bust when it turned out the potential buyer Dalke believed was an emissary from a foreign nation was an undercover FBI agent. Hackers… Ransomware 3.0: The Next Frontier https://www.darkreading.com/vulnerabilities-threats/ransomware-3-the-next-frontier The Federal Bureau of Investigation's Internet Crime Complaint Center received 3,729 complaints identified as ransomware in 2021, up 82% from just two years prior and accelerating. According to the Department of Treasury, the top 10 ransomware gangs raked at least $5.2 billion in extortion payments. Ransomware's growth and sheer scale captured leaders' attention in policy and business, but we must keep our eye on how its operators might adapt and evolve to protect their profits. ++++++++ Russian Hackers Take Aim at Kremlin Targets https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/russian-hackers-take-aim-at/ According to a new report, Russian threat actors have begun launching cyber-attacks at targets inside their country in retaliation for what they see as a needless war with Ukraine. The Kyiv Post claimed to have spoken to members of the National Republican Army (NRA), a Russian hacking outfit working towards overthrowing the Putin regime. ++++++++ Relentless Russian Cyberattacks on Ukraine Raise Important Policy Questions https://www.darkreading.com/threat-intelligence/russian-cyberattacks-ukraine-raise-important-policy-questions The cyber picture worsened as the war went on because critical infrastructure and systems used to support the war effort ended up in the crosshairs. Soon after the onset of the physical invasion, Microsoft found that it could also correlate cyberattacks in the critical infrastructure sector with kinetic events. For example, as the Russian campaign moved around the Donbas region in March, researchers observed coordinated wiper attacks against transportation logistics systems used for military movement and the delivery of humanitarian aid. And they are targeting nuclear facilities in Ukraine with cyber activity to soften a target before military incursions, which Microsoft researchers have consistently seen throughout the war.
Oct 14 – After this week's wrap-up, Financial Sense Newshour interviews Craig Johnson to discuss his outlook on stocks, bonds, energy, and more. Next, we air the first half of our interview this week on FS Insider with Guillaume Pitron...
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Show (10/14/2022): 3:05pm- On Thursday, the House of Representatives' January 6th Select Committee voted nine to zero in favor of subpoenaing former President Donald Trump—with the intent of questioning him under oath about his involvement in the 2021 U.S. Capitol riot. 3:25pm- In recently released audio from an upcoming HBO Documentary called “Stop the Steal,” Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi can be heard vowing to “punch” Donald Trump for the way he conducted himself on January 6th. 3:30pm- While speaking with Jake Tapper on CNN, Congressman Jamie Raskin compared Donald Trump to Italian fascist Benito Mussolini for his public objections to the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. On January 6, 2017, while on the House floor, Raskin objected to counting electors from Florida in the aftermath of Trump's 2016 presidential election victory. 3:40pm- State Senator Edward Durr (R-District 3) joins the show to talk about a controversial proposal being considered by the New Jersey state legislature which would require licensed gun owners to buy liability insurance. What's the likelihood this proposal could become law? 4:05pm- During his interview with NBC reporter Dasha Burns, Senate candidate John Fetterman rejected the idea he should make his health records public to alleviate voter concerns about a stroke he suffered in May. Burns reported that Fetterman had a difficult time understanding some elements of their conversation prior to taping the interview. In response, Fetterman's wife, Giselle, suggested that NBC should be “held accountable” for their reporter—even calling Burns “ableist.” 4:30pm- Guy Ciarrocchi—Republican Candidate for United States Congress—joins the show to discuss his race against incumbent Rep. Chrissy Houlahan in Pennsylvania's 6th Congressional District, one of the nation's key races that could determine which party controls the House of Representatives. 4:45pm- At a press conference following the Wednesday morning shooting of three police officers in Philadelphia, Mayor Jimmy Kenney refused to blame the prosecutorial strategies of District Attorney Larry Krasner for the unmitigated gun violence plaguing the city. 5:00pm- According to an opinion editorial written by University of Tennessee Law Professor Glenn H. Reynolds, although “elites” have mocked and dismissed blue collar workers—they are reliant upon them. 5:20pm- A Virginia democrat has proposed legislation that would allow government officials to remove trans children from parents who aren't offering “gender affirming” care. 5:30pm- During a press conference, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said that Biden and his administration condemn the racist remarks made by Los Angeles City Council members, stating: “And here's the difference between Democrats and MAGA Republicans… When a Democrat says something racist or anti-Semitic, we hold Democrats accountable. When a MAGA Republican says something racist or anti-Semitic, they're embraced by cheering crowds and become celebrated and sought-after endorsements.” 6:05pm- In an outrageous editorial, Politico Europe argued that Russian President Vladimir Putin has been the most influential figure in Europe's push towards green energy. Politico writes: “It took a war criminal to speed up Europe's green revolution. By invading Ukraine and manipulating energy supplies to undermine European support for Kyiv, Russian President Vladimir Putin has achieved something generations of green campaigners could not…clean energy is now a fundamental matter of European security.” 6:25pm- Matt Rooney—Attorney & Founder of Save Jersey—joins the show to preview the midterm elections in New Jersey, including a potential surprise Republican win in the state's 3rd District in a race between incumbent Congressman Andy Kim and Republican candidate Bob Healey. Read more at: https://savejersey.com 6:50pm- Who Won Social Media? + Zeoli's Final Thought
In an outrageous editorial, Politico Europe argued that Russian President Vladimir Putin has been the most influential figure in Europe's push towards green energy. Politico writes: “It took a war criminal to speed up Europe's green revolution. By invading Ukraine and manipulating energy supplies to undermine European support for Kyiv, Russian President Vladimir Putin has achieved something generations of green campaigners could not…clean energy is now a fundamental matter of European security.”
Lori begins with a monologue about the state of the contemporary wind turbine industry, and their negative effects on animals. There is a lot of evidence that eagles are killed by wind turbines despite efforts of the companies to avoid being transparent. Lori favors efforts to move toward green energy but argues that animal protection […]
What has become of the ideas and the vision of the World Wide Web? Well, many things have changed since "circa 1993", and amongst many good things, a plethora of unexpected consequences came in the same bag.In this episode of redefining society, we talk with our friend Charity Wright about what is the reality of the internet today when it comes to the many ways that social media have been utilized to spread ideologies, misinformation, propaganda, and, more often than not, lately, pure and unaltered lies. From walled internets controlled by authoritarian countries to the subtitle, and not so subtitle, way to change realities even in free democratic nations, we have gone a long way from that original vision of what the WWW could have been.We are still hopeful that the truth in our societies will ultimately prevail, even if we need to adjust the social contract for the digital age that we are already living. And if worst comes to worst, there is still The Mouth of Truth — see you in Rome!Enjoy! _____________________________GuestCharity WrightThreat Intelligence Analyst at Recorded Future [@recordedfuture]On Twitter | https://twitter.com/CharityW4CTIOn LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/cwillhoite/_____________________________Resources_____________________________This Episode's SponsorsBugcrowd
Impressions are important whether it is your first interview, first date, first day at a new job, or as a new company entering the market. In all of the scenarios above, one thing is the same across each; first impressions go a long way either good or bad. So wouldn't you work as hard as possible to make sure your message resonates with all stakeholders involved. For the Geothermal industry, although not a new industry is at a crucial turning point where messaging will be key in engaging potential customers, investors and maybe most importantly the community. I had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with Kristina Hagstrom-Ilievska, CMO for Baseload Capital and is honestly leading the way in this arena and doing some amazing things for the future of the industry. Baseload Capital https://baseloadcap.com/Kristina Hagstrom-Ilievska https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristinahagstr%C3%B6milievska/Kristina's Book Recommendation How to win friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie JRG Energy www.jrgenergy.comCORE Knowledge https://www.linkedin.com/company/core-geothermal/Nick Cestari https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-cestari-48059268/
Clearing Up's Dan Catchpole and California Energy Markets' Jason Fordney talk about Southwest Power Pool's vision for an RTO in the West, intrigue and in-fighting in Arizona's Salt River Project, a growing rift between Northwest public power utilities and the White House, environmentalists' objections to hydrogen fuel development, and a push in the Northwest to ban sales of gas-powered cars. They also discuss the tragic death of industry leader Therese Hampton.Read more about what's happening in the power industry in the West at Newsdata's Clearing Up and California Energy Markets.Follow us on Twitter: @CUnewsdata, @CEMnewsdata, @dcatchpole and @fordneyenergy.
This week's Espresso covers updates from Ualá, Cortex, Solvento and more!Outline of this episode:[00:28] - Ali closes a $25 million Series A round[00:46] -Tax reform discussion in Colombia introduces change on wealth tax calculation for private companies[01:19] - Interview with Solvento's CPO and cofounder Pedro Bosch on their seed round[03:50] - Greenenergy raises a $5 million common equity investment [04:15] - Cortex secures $48 million in a Series C round[04:39] - Ualá announces a $150 million investment in Latin America[05:01] - clicOH lands in Colombia via the acquisition of Logysto[05:22] - New episodes of Crossing Borders and How to be the Difference[05:51] - Latamlist's selection of 14 Paraguayan startupsResources & people mentioned:Companies & Startups: Ali, Solvento, Greenenergy, Cortex, Ualá, clicOH, Logysto, VexiVCs, Accelerators, Institutions: BTG Pactual, Deetken Impact Sustainable Energy, Lightrock, Softbank, Riverwood.People: Pedro Bosch, Nathan Lustig, Cinthia Merlos, Johanna Molina, Paul Lynskey, Stela Barcelos, Alejandra Cruz.
The mining and disposal of electric car batteries to disposing of the Hazardous waste (California's tern) to now that the "Ralph Northam Memorial Wind Farm" that Dominion is planning in the Atlantic may drive a species of WHALE out of existence! Terry Clark joins Joe from CFACT to explain.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Oct. 7, 2022 - New York State Energy Research and Development Authority President & CEO Doreen Harris discusses the state's energy storage capacity and highlights two recent investments in new technologies, including "pink hydrogen."
Work is defined as “an activity involving mental or physical effort done to achieve a purpose or result.” Ok, but does it have to suck, being stressful, and burning people out? No! Let's discuss this.Lately, at least in the cybersecurity and technology industry, talking about burnout has become a common topic. There are talks at conferences, some companies are addressing the issue, and plenty of articles in many newspapers and magazines.It certainly is not a new thing, but why do we talk more about it nowadays, and are we doing enough to address the issue?In this podcast, we welcome back Stacy Thayer and open the conversation to a societal view. It is not just one industry problem but is something that may have deep roots in our society.Join us and let us know your thoughts._____________________________________Here is the link to the first podcast published in the Redefining Cybersecurity Channel:https://redefining-cybersecurity.simplecast.com/episodes/trying-to-be-everything-to-everyone-lets-talk-about-burnout-a-conversation-with-stacy-thayer-black-hat-2022-and-def-con-30-las-vegas-event-coverage-redefining-cybersecurity-podcast-with-sean-martin-and-marco-ciappelli About the session, "Trying to Be Everything to Everyone: Let's Talk About Burnout"Research shows computer security professionals describe the computer security industry as a high-risk yet high-reward profession with negative effects on the workforce. There is an estimated 805,000 computer security professionals working in the US, but meeting the business demand for computer security professionals would require 62% industry growth. This leaves those in the field understaffed and highly stressed, ultimately leading to burnout. Stress and burnout can lead to mental fatigue, which can negatively impact motivation and engagement. It can also cause diminishing focus and performance levels, and have a negative impact on operational security, satisfaction, and performance, both in the office and at home. This talk will discuss the existing research on burnout in the computer security industry and will discuss what really causes burnout, why it happens, and what you can do to mitigate it, including setting healthy boundaries, avoiding guilt, realistic ways to manage anxiety, and honest self-talk so you can identify what is needed to refill your energy and passion.I will discuss how to recognize burnout in hidden places and explore the root causes of it.I will address what to do about it – going beyond simply meditation, exercise, and healthy eating. If it was that easy, we would all be doing that. This talk is unique in that it will utilize a knowledge of practical psychology to keep it real and use behavioral change models as a guide for reducing burnout. How do you find motivation, appreciation, and time for yourself when it feels like the world around you is demanding you give more? You will leave this talk with a better understanding of how burnout happens, your personal relationship to burnout, and an idea of what to do to help reduce, relieve, and manage it.____________________________GuestStacy ThayerPh.D, Clinical and Organizational/Business Psychology, Norfolk State University [@Norfolkstate]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/stacythayer/On Twitter | https://twitter.com/DrStacyThayer____________________________This Episode's SponsorsBugcrowd
Clearing Up's Dan Catchpole and California Energy Markets' Jason Fordney talk about: expediting utility undergrounding, Jason's response to opinion columns in the LA Times about whether or not rural California towns that were destroyed by wildfires should be rebuilt, Southwest Power Pool's draft service offering, and electric transportation news. Read more about what's happening in the power industry in the West at NewsData's Clearing Up and California Energy Markets.Follow us on Twitter: @CUnewsdata, @CEMnewsdata, @dcatchpole and @fordneyenergy.
Oct 5 – FS Insider speaks with Rick Mills at Ahead of the Herd, one of the leading voices in the resource and mining community, to discuss the massive number of mines and raw materials needed to power the transition away from fossil fuels...
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 1: 3:00pm- According to a Bloomberg report, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has voted to cut oil production by 2 million barrels per day—despite the Biden Administration's numerous attempts to persuade the intergovernmental organization to produce more oil. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg stated this is “one of many reasons why America's energy security will benefit from homegrown clean energy.” 3:25pm- Will OPEC's decision to reduce oil production while demand in the Western-world increases have an impact on the 2022 midterm elections? During a hilarious rant, a self-described Democrat from Florida said he's voting for Ron DeSantis because of the Governor's performance in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. 3:40pm- Jimmy Failla—comedian & host of “Fox Across America”—joins the show to talk about Nancy Pelosi's appearance on late-night television, Stacey Abrams denying her election denial, Trevor Noah exiting the Daily Show, and Elon Musk getting yelled at for trying to stop a war. PLUS, why did one of the best wide receivers in football choose to play for the Miami Dolphins? No state income tax!
ROYAL LEGAL SOLUTIONS Learn how to free your time, protect your assets, and create lasting wealth with asset protection attorney and long-time real estate investor, Scott Royal Smith. When a close friend lost over $3 million in a single lawsuit, Scott decided to leave his litigation practice to help people protect themselves from frivolous lawsuits. His law firm, Royal Legal Solutions, now helps thousands of real estate investors and entrepreneurs protect more than $1.2 billion in assets. Join Scott as he deconstructs the lawsuit game and shows you how to protect yourself and your hard-earned wealth.*********************************************************************************MEET THE HOSTSScott Royal Smith, Esq., CEO, Real Estate Investor. As the founder of Royal Legal Solutions, I am an asset protection attorney and long-time real estate investor in every asset class in 10+ states. My background in litigation and investing uniquely has provided me with insights into how to best use the law for maximum legal advantage while streamlining operations, taxes, and compliance.*********************************************************************************KEY TAKEAWAYSThe Inflation Reduction Act is creating a lot of buzz. While the IRA has been signed into law, tax service providers and investors alike await the release of IRS guidance as to how the provisions will be applied. Curious about what clauses are most relevant to you, as a real estate investor? Join us as Pete Schindele, Royal Legal Solutions CFO gives a run down on two areas in which you can cash in on green energy rebates.Changes to the Residential Energy Efficient Program CreditThe credit period has been extended through 2033It may be applied to non-primary residenceQualified product upgrades include heating and cooling systems, appliances, water heaters, lighting, building products, and appliances.Qualified Plug-in Electric Drive Motor Vehicle CreditAmended and renamed the Clean Vehicle CreditA new requirement states the final assembly must occur in North AmericaImposed income cap at $300k for married couplesClaim a credit of up to $7,500Pete also touched on changes in Medicare where out-of-pocket expenses were capped and more.Want a refresher or to see what you missed? Watch the replay. REGISTER FOR ROYAL INVESTING and attend LIVE on Zoom, Wednesdays at 11:30 p.m. CST.Ready to go beyond basics and take your education to the next level? Get FREE Access to the Asset Protection Vault. This resource contains our top 5 video Masterclasses and ebooks.*********************************************************************************ENGAGE WITH USAre you ready to take action on Asset Protection, Tax Strategy, or Estate Planning? Take our Financial Freedom Quiz, where we will gather your general information to have a productive conversation. At the end of the quiz, you will have the opportunity to schedule your consultation. https://hubs.la/Q014rfVz0For tax questions complete this quiz: https://go.royallegalsolutions.com/tax-discover-quizFor insurance questions complete this quiz: https://go.royallegalsolutions.com/insurance*********************************************************************************DISCORD COMMUNITYhttps://discord.gg/KKS7rZG5kM*********************************************************************************WEBSITE: http://royallegalsolutions.comLINKEDIN: Check out what folks are saying and make a professional connection with Scott Royal Smith https://www.linkedin.com/in/scott-royal-smith/ FACEBOOK: Join our exclusive group to discover the tax, legal, & asset protection secrets every real estate investor needs to know. https://www.facebook.com/groups/495820367909918/
The Other Side of the Story with Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris – According to the International Renewable Energy Agency, the world will be generating about six million metric tons of new solar e-waste every year. This is because up to seventy-eight million metric tons of solar panels will have reached the end of their life by 2050. There are no serious plans on how to...
When it comes to climate change, Africa will be one of the continents which is hit the hardest. You're probably already seeing the effects of the changing climate where you live.So how can we do our bit? How can Africa prepare for the century ahead? Can green energy power our future?Claude spoke to three guests who know what they are talking about.Samba Bathily is a Malian entrepreneur specializing in sustainable clean energy and solar solutions. He founded Africa Development Solutions (ADS) and partnered with Akon the American-Senegalese hip-hop artist on the Akon Lighting Africa Initiative.Olasimbo Sojinrin, Director of Solar Sister Nigeria, an Africa-wide American NGO which invests in clean energy.Linda Mabhena-Olagunju runs a wholly African female-owned independent power producer, and operates one of Africa's largest wind farms. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Do cities need technology in order to be smart? Can “smart technology” alone turn a dumb city into an intelligent one? The human is still the most crucial piece in the machine — in this case, all the city inhabitants: those who run it and those who live it.In this podcast we talk about the Leading Smart Cities with Trust program. A first-of-its-kind professional certificate, to learn from leaders in government, academia and the private sector how to gain a solid foundation of knowledge for all Smart City initiatives while building a professional network.The Leading Smart Cities with Trust program is a selective and rigorous educational initiative offered through a partnership between the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University.This may be the way to prepare the future of those that run our future cities. Join us!_____________________________GuestsLan JensonCEO, Adaptable Security, Board of Directors, ISC2 Silicon Valley Chapter, Co-chair, NIST/DHS Cybersecurity and Privacy Advisory Committee for Smart Secure Cities and CommunitiesOn Twitter | https://twitter.com/LanJensonOn LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/lan-jenson-cissp-pmp-65611836/Daniel NelsonDirector of Accelerated Learning and Global Engagement for the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs [@MaxwellSU] of Syracuse University [@SyracuseU]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/dan-nelson-7912111/Austin ZwickCore Faculty Member, Autonomous Systems Policy Institute (ASPI) / Assistant Teaching Professor, Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs [@MaxwellSU] at Syracuse University [@SyracuseU]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/austin-zwick-phd-6126964a/_____________________________ResourcesInspiration for this conversation: https://www.maxwell.syr.edu/academics/non-degree-programs-and-short-format-courses/leading-smart-cities-with-trust#smart_rfiRegistration link to certificate course: https://www.maxwell.syr.edu/leading-smart-cities-with-trust/Organizing partner: Cybertrust America: https://cybertrustamerica.org/Organizing partner: Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs: https://www.maxwell.syr.edu/_____________________________This Episode's SponsorsBugcrowd