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Coordinate a Local Election Season Event

There’s a difference between advocacy and lobbying.  Advocacy basically means information sharing, educating on a topic that matters that you. Local food councils are well positioned and have a great opportunity to be advocates and educators to local decision makers on the state of their community’s food system. 852 more words

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The History of Solar Power: Solar Energy in Ancient Times

The vital role that the sun plays in life on earth has been recognized and celebrated by virtually every culture in human history. All over the world, ancient peoples from the Egyptians in Africa and the Aztecs and Mayans in the Americas, all the way up through the Greeks and Romans in Europe revered the sun, and even sometimes personified and worshipped our star as a deity. 267 more words

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Why Organic and Natural?

Page 1 of 1 Why Organic and Natural? The skin is the largest organ in the body and what you put on it is absorbed into your system. 27 more words


Hospital Pharmacists Tackle C-Suite Pain Points

Thanks to a growing body of research indicating initial success, pharmacists are now increasingly being incorporated into patient care teams to offer their own unique perspectives and medication insights.  393 more words


Social Program for #DevEM2016

So after a preparatory trip to Colombo a few months ago we’ve confirmed all of our social venues for the upcoming DevelopingEM 2016 conference.

The Welcome Reception… 111 more words

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Market Signs Indicate Energy Efficiency Becoming a Top Priority

Industry leaders have identified three trends sending energy efficiency to the top of the priority list for owners and managers who want to keep their properties competitive in the marketplace. 301 more words

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Is Your Community Prepared for an Influx of Plug-in Electric Vehicles?

The San Diego region is about 10 percent of the state. If Governor Brown’s goal is reached of 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles on California roads by 2025, our region could see 150,000 on our streets. 150 more words

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