Meet Joseph Mwakima, a fellow busy activating his community and inspiring change in Kenya’s Kasigau Corrdidor REDD+ Project area through word of mouth.
I visited a landfill in the Salt Lake City metro area to help document Audi’s carbon offset program for the new A3 e-tron launch this fall. There I learned how toxic methane gas can produce renewable energy.
Sunrise pic over the Trans-Jordan landfill. The Trans-Jordan landfill turns methane gas – 25x worse for the environment than CO2 – into energy for 4500 homes according to Audi.
I visited Salt Lake City, documenting the Trans-Jordan landfill for Audi and their carbon offset program. I/Tenacity5 became part of the VIVA Creative documentary team producing content for the #3Degrees carbon offset program. This program offsets the first 50,000 miles… Read More »Sunrise Over the Trans Jordan Landfill
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” –Aristotle Sustaining social media communities over years is one of the primary topics in Welcome to the Fifth Estate. Given how much time and financial… Read More »Sustainable Online Communities Begin with Measurement
Welcome to the Fifth Estate is now available for pre-order with a release date of May 11! Special thanks to Mashable Editor In Chief Adam Ostrow for writing the forward to Welcome to the Fifth Estate. This introduction offers the… Read More »Welcome to the Fifth Estate Available for Pre-Order
And so Zoetica begins. Together with top-ranked nonprofit blogger Beth Kanter and PR maven Kami Huyse, I am proud to launch Zoetica. Zoetica, a social enterprise, provides superior communication consulting, training, and strategy to help mindful organizations affect social change.… Read More »Full of Life, Zoetica Launches
This October 15 more than 8,000 blogs wrote to support the environment. Here’s my entry (cross-posted on Live Earth’s blog)… Twenty three percent. That’s the percentage of global energy consumed by U.S. citizens, which only has 5% of the world’s… Read More »Blog Action Day: American Apathy and Compassion