Home Tags Environment and Ecology
Tag: Environment and Ecology
Renowned Climate Activist and founder of HBCU Green Fund, Felicia Davis, Unveils Empowering Global Youth Initiatives at COP28
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Distinguished climate activist and founder of the HBCU Green Fund, Felicia Davis, took center stage at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai, making groundbreaking announcements that underscore the organization's commitment to global climate action and youth empowerment.
Legacy Launch Pad Publishing Releases ‘Sustainability in the Air’ to Offer Climate Change Hope, co-authored by Shashank Nigam and Dirk Singer
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Legacy Launch Pad Publishing proudly presents "Sustainability in the Air: The Innovators Helping the Aviation Industry Take Climate Action" (ISBN: 978-1-956955-80-4 [ebook]; 978-1-956955-81-1 [paperback]), co-authored by Shashank Nigam and Dirk Singer, respectively the Founder & CEO and the Head of Sustainability of aviation consulting firm SimpliFlying.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Beyond Benign, in partnership with sponsors and partners including the American Chemical Society Green Chemistry Institute (ACS GCI), is excited to announce the launch of the Green Chemistry Teaching and Learning Community (GCTLC): an online hub for everyone in the green chemistry community to share, connect, learn, and grow together.
HBCU Green Fund’s Publishing Arm Launches with New Children’s Science and Nature Book ‘MSITU: The Old-Growth Forest’
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Fostering their continued efforts to create innovative programs to lead the charge in building a more sustainable future, the HBCU Green Fund, founded by environmental leader, Felicia Davis, has launched a self-titled publishing brand. Their first release, "MSITU: The Old-Growth Forest," is written by three women in STEM, Spelman college students and alumna, Serena Echols, Imani Blue and Nia McKenzie, and illustrated by Niara Powell.
Aravenda Consignment Software Among Startups Chosen for prestigious Google for 2023 Startups Accelerator: Women Founders
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Aravenda, a Techstars and VIPC portfolio company, has proudly secured a spot as 1 of 11 companies in the prestigious Google for Startups Accelerator: Women Founders. This significant accomplishment spotlights Aravenda's leadership in propelling innovation within the market of resale software, while simultaneously establishing a benchmark for sustainable practices in the resale market.
Sacramento River Trail and Rail Trail Inducted into Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Hall of Fame: the backbone of a developing 250-mile regional trail...
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC), the nation's largest trails advocacy organization, today announced that California's Sacramento River Rail Trail and Sacramento River Trail will be inducted to its iconic Hall of Fame.
VCA Green announces Kona Village, A Rosewood Resort is First Hawaiian Hotel to Receive LEED v4 Gold Certification
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- After a massive renovation of an iconic resort that prioritized resource conservation, sustainable operations, and care for local culture, Kona Village, A Rosewood Resort has received LEED Gold certification, sustainability consulting firm VCA Green announced today.
California Safe Schools, Nonprofit Children’s Health Champion, Celebrates 25th Anniversary and Honors 2023 Earth Day Heroes
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Founded by Robina Suwol in 1998, California Safe Schools (CSS) is a children's environmental health and environmental justice non-profit. CSS achieved national and international prominence by spearheading the Los Angeles Unified School District's (LAUSD) Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Policy, and for the past 25 years been a leader in protecting children's health and the environment.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Earth Day 2023 brings a vibrant green to the terrain and vineyards of Domaine Carneros as the 2022-23 winter rains have provided much needed relief from the past five years of drought in California. 2023 will mark a significant advance in the winery's record of sustainability when a new solar microgrid and battery system comes online.
To Fight Climate Change, HBCU Green Fund Atlanta University Fellows Spend Spring Break Planting Trees in African Village
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- A group of HBCU Green Fund Fellows from Atlanta University Center recently dedicated their spring break embedded in an African village on the border of Senegal and Mauritania building a tree shelter, planting trees and digging a well in their ongoing efforts to help the vulnerable communities that are most impacted by the effects of climate change, but contribute the least.