I wrote about my training for the Warrior Dash in an earlier post. Well here's how that went. What training? I had big plans for training, as you may have read before. That all dissolved quickly and turned into me going on 1-2 mile runs with our 10 month old puppy Layla every day. That kept … Continue reading Oh yeah, I ‘ran’ in the Warrior Dash
I've spent the last week learning about Apple's In App Purchasing process. I found a few awesome tutorials to help me get this done. For anyone else trying to learn In App Purchases programming, I recommend Ray Wenderlich, Neil North, and this Xamarin guide. The hardest lesson was that Apple will not restore purchases for … Continue reading In App Purchases ready to go!
I just arrived in Washington D.C. for the Power Shift conference. It's centered around the youth movement and push for a clean energy economy. I've come here for a few reasons though. Looking for jobs. There are environmental organizers, environment publications, environmental law schools, clean energy companies, anything that I could possibly be interested in. … Continue reading My First Day at Power Shift
On Thursday I took a trip to Columbia Water and Light's biogas plant. They currently produces about 2.1MW of power -- enough for about 1500 home or 1.5 percent of Columbia's electricity needs. They expect to expand as more gas becomes available to about 2.5 percent. The group I was with did some haphazard exploring … Continue reading Columbia’s Biogas Power Plant
Last weekend I looked into some of the signers of the most recent letter to Congress from scientists who believe we should not take action to protect against climate change. This letter, dated February 8, urges congress to not take action on climate change and has 41 signers and 41 endorsers that come from backgrounds … Continue reading My Research into “Climate Denier” Letters, Reports
Climate Hawks had some wins and some losses in the midterms, but there are still ways for them to achieve climate and clean energy action. Written by me at Newsy.com. Multiple sources, the real story.
It's nice to see something grabbing the public attention when it comes to clean energy. I'm amazed that Mr. Obama has waited so long to reinstall solar panels on the White House. It means practically nothing in terms of physically decreasing energy use from coal and oil, but as a symbol it is huge. I … Continue reading Solar on the White House, it matters.