Eco-Music Monday is a space for sharing where music and the environment converge. This week, enjoy Westerman’s “Blue Comanche” from Guest DJ John Doherty.
Eco-Music Monday is a space for sharing where music and the environment converge. This week, enjoy Lil Dicky’s Earth.
Enjoy will.i.am’s S.O.S (Mother Nature), a climate change call to action. A few lyrics… Lord come down and help us outSend us an angel, help us outSOS, help us outLooking … Continue reading Eco-Music Monday: will.i.am “S.O.S. (Mother Nature)”
Spoken word and rap pioneer Gil Scott-Heron has a song entitled “We Almost Lost Detroit” on his 1977 album, Bridges. The song is based on a 1975 Reader’s Digest book … Continue reading Eco-Music Monday: Gill Scott Heron “We Almost Lost Detroit”
DOE official on energy justice, Biden, and Trump’s lightbulbs BY: LESLEY CLARK Tony Reames, a senior adviser to the Department of Energy’s Office of Economic Impact and Diversity, is working … Continue reading E&E News | Article | DOE official on energy justice, Biden, and Trump’s lightbulbs
“Navigating academic spaces dominated by systems of white supremacy and oppression- while difficult for Black faculty, students, and staff- is our norm.”
“A lot of the environmental justice challenges we have are closely related to our energy production and energy consumption,” said Tony Reames, director of the University of Michigan’s Urban Energy … Continue reading Michigan environmental justice council to take on energy access and pollution | Energy News Network
In December, Billie Eilish, the 18-year-old singer-songwriter redefining pop stardom, told the LA Times she has climate anxiety. It’s taken the form of bad dreams, spooky lyrics, and high fashion. Eilish … Continue reading Grammy Album of the Year Winner Wrote a Song about Climate Change
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 23, 2020 Twenty-one Michiganders Selected for the State’s First Environmental Justice Advisory Council LANSING, Mich. – Twenty-one Michiganders have been selected to the state’s first Michigan Advisory Council … Continue reading Dr. Reames and 20 Others Selected for Michigan’s First Environmental Justice Advisory Council
In the new “Solar with Justice” report, under-resourced communities confront inequalities in solar development. The research puts a spotlight on how solar projects can be deployed in communities to bring … Continue reading New ‘Solar with Justice’ report offers lessons to guide implementation of solar in under-resourced communities
Dr. Reames is featured in a new video from The Verge exploring “The science and controversy behind your lightbulbs.” The tech that powers your lightbulbs has made huge leaps forward … Continue reading The science and controversy behind your lightbulbs
The Green Scholar is always looking for green activities. Upon visiting and touring the Bacardi Rum Factory in Puerto Rico, I learned that 80% of the operations energy is produced … Continue reading The making of a great rum begins with clean energy and efficiency