Saving the Ocean One Watch at a Time

Hands-on with the TRIWA Ocean Plastic (Photo: IBTimes / Jeff Li) An argument can be made that the modern watch has lost its original purpose of time keeping, but is instead a statement maker first, and functional tool only second. This is what makes TRIWA watches special, as every watchContinue Reading

JBMF Journalism Feasibility Study releases on July 27, 2021, spotlighting the state of local journalism in Central Valley, CA

SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — A new report to be released July 27, 2021, by the James B. McClatchy Foundation (JBMF) announces the establishment of the Central Valley Journalism Collaborative (CVJC), a new infrastructure model dedicated to keeping community journalism thriving in California’s Central Valley, despite the collapse of theContinue Reading

Saving the shorebirds, one trip off Tarpon Springs at a time

Ed Steponaitis jumps off the boat and trudges through the murky, lukewarm Gulf of Mexico. His shorts soak in the waist-deep saltwater. He wades 50 yards to Three Rooker Island, a crescent-shaped haven west of Tarpon Springs. Swarms of birds circle above, squeaking and cawing. On shore, he admires theContinue Reading

How Lynn Jurich Turned an Innate Passion for Saving the Environment into a Definitively Disruptive Energy Company

May 19, 2021 9 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. With recent extreme weather events and other natural disasters, consumer demand for solar panels and batteries has accelerated. After the Texas power grid failure, web traffic to Sunrun (Nasdaq: RUN), the nation’s leading installer of residential rooftop solarContinue Reading

SkyX's aircraft provide aerial conditions for infrastructure security. Photo: SkyX

Many Israeli startups are working toward saving the environment and developing technologies to improve living conditions on our small blue planet. In honor of Earth Day 2021, CTech looked at a number of Israeli startups and examined how they are working on everything from combating climate change by reducing greenhouseContinue Reading

Emmett Hopkins, husband to Fifth District Supervisor Lynda Hopkins, walks through a field of Sonoma County mustard. Lynda Hopkins photo.

On a beautiful day like today with the Pacific Ocean sparkling in the early spring sunshine, I am once again reminded of how lucky we are to live in this place of such natural beauty. This past weekend as we headed for a family hike, many folks were headed outContinue Reading