Diplomats for The NRF

A very helpful marketing consultant by the name of Peter Klein (peter@pkassoc.com) suggested that I consider the concept of Diplomats to help spread the word about The NRF. The NRF is a 501c3 organization operating as a public charity. It is currently a development stage company looking for ways to help finance public climate resilience […]

Some thoughts about Green House Gas Emissions

Some thoughts about Green House Gas Emissions Share on LinkedIn Share on Facebook Share on Twitter The primary sources of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States are: Electricity production (30% of 2014 greenhouse gas emissions) – Electricity production generates the largest share of greenhouse gas emissions. Approximately 67% of our electricity comes from burning fossil […]

My Road Trip

As part of my care giving services to my mother, I decided to drive from New York to Florida to be with her, and initially my stepfather, from January 19th until about February 24th, including the driving. I will be returning to South Beach, Miami from March 15th until March 30th when my mother, her […]

Big World Small Planet

I am in the middle of reading an excellent book by Johan Rockstrom (climate scientist) and Mattias Klum (photographer)  called “Big World Small Planet” that really encapsulates our current situation. As a postscript to Paris COP 21, I thought this excerpt from their book really summarizes where humanity is at: A New Narrative “It’s high […]