Green Junction by Julie Peller Ph.D. “Fossil Fuels and climate”

Green Junction A more rapid reduction in human dependence on fossil fuels is imperative for lowering carbon dioxide emissions and slowing climate change. An additional noteworthy benefit of using fewer fossil fuels is more occasional spills and leaks of oil and gas. This past July, a Japanese-owned ship, which was carrying 4000 tons of diesel […]

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Thoughts for the digital world. Ponder them over the weekend!

Companies who say they don’t need a strategy, only an operation plan clearly do not understand their customers or themselves. Strategy informs everything a company does. Period! Think of the role AI is playing in creating wealth through mining, agriculture, and manufacturing. Which society best understands AI and the difference it makes? Services are the […]

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Once the science is understood, we face additional questions By Julie Peller Ph.D.

The necessary societal changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic created unique opportunities for scientists who study the atmosphere and air quality. Imagine that your work involves the study of air pollution, and some of the primary pollution emissions were forcibly reduced across an entire country, an experimental scenario you could never create to understand […]

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Justice, Ecology, Social Action, Contemplation and a lecture from Steven Millies

  Justice, Ecology, Social Action, Contemplation, and political action are interwoven as a seamless garment.  This is what we call Church.   We see this in Thomas Merton, Thomas Keatings, Richard Rohr, and yes, Pope Francis.   The Hank Center  and the various lectures they present help us understand what is happening at the intersection […]

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