Wind Farms Don't Just Hurt The Environment, They're Ugly As Sin

Hoosier Daniel Lee recently noted the policy choice to limit natural gas and coal, combined with mandates for low-energy wind and solar, is making the Midwest energy grid significantly more expensive and unreliable. Federal regulators are also attempting to quash local opposition to eyesore wind farms as they force utilitiesContinue Reading

Don't Take The Wrong Lessons From Joshimath And Shikharji

An hour’s drive ahead of Rishikesh, towards Devprayag, one comes across a secluded tea stall. A few minutes trek downhill from the tea stall, over a bridge on the Ganga, on any morning with bearable temperatures, one comes across several couples with their entourage of photographers and friends, preparing forContinue Reading

Patient identity: The keystone that many strategic initiatives don’t realize is required — until it’s too late

With digital transformation efforts in healthcare being front and center, healthcare teams are focusing on how to further improve the consumer experience and connect digital touchpoints in a meaningful and interpretable way. On the surface, the concept of consumer experience is warm and fuzzy, yet getting the consumer experience rightContinue Reading

Eating lots of meat is bad for the environment, but we don't know enough about how consumption is changing

Household budget surveys can be used as an indirect measure of food consumption. Credit:LADO/Shutterstock Responsible for roughly a third of the UK’s diet-related carbon emissions, the consumption and production of meat is a substantial contributor to climate change. A report commissioned by the government last year reflects this, finding thatContinue Reading

The Plastics Paradox Facing Humanity

As the private transportation sector shifts focus to batteries, biofuels, and green hydrogen, fossil fuel stakeholders have been seeking new avenues of revenue in the petrochemical industry in general, and in plastics in particular. That’s bad news for a world already swimming—literally—in plastic pollution. Product manufacturers and other upstream forcesContinue Reading

Hotel owners, investors and developers, will gather at inaugural Energy & Environment Alliance Summit to discuss ESG investment and Net Zero Carbon

Cologne, Germany & Alexandria, VA – HRS, the leading global corporate travel and payment technology platform, and GBTA, the world’s largest business travel association, announced today the results of a comprehensive survey of travel and procurement leaders from Europe and North America. The results from the June survey illuminate theContinue Reading