Monday, June 29, 2015
"Years of Living Dangerously" Executive Producer Daniel Abbasi spoke at the Citizens' Climate Lobby conference recently in Washington. He said season two "is good to go" and that they are currently in negotiations for distribution. Abbasi also said season two would focus more on climate solutions.
Posted by Josh Marks at 7:06 PM
Sunday, June 21, 2015
Saturday, November 29, 2014
I was recently a guest on ReNewable Now Radio where I offered my insight into the world of sustainability. Host Peter Arpin and co-host Jim Murphy, sustainability director at Rhode Island College, interviewed me about topics ranging from what the Founding Fathers would have thought about Republican climate deniers in Congress to California high-speed rail to Germany leading the world in clean energy to sustainability initiatives in professional sports leagues.
Posted by Josh Marks at 1:55 PM
Friday, November 7, 2014
The scrap recycling industry annually transforms 150 million tons of obsolete materials from consumers, businesses, and manufacturers into useful raw material, according to the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc (ISRI).
The fact, aside from delivering on its intended promise of catching eyeballs, also underscores the critical role played by the scrap recycling industry in providing valuable resources at reasonable prices to the American manufacturer.
Posted by Josh Marks at 6:52 AM
Friday, October 10, 2014
Having thoughts of a new home? Have enough money for it? Consider the idea of going green in your next new home construction or remodeling.
Posted by Josh Marks at 7:27 AM
Monday, September 29, 2014
Rebates Zone just published their Top 100 Green Blogs according to Alexa rank, Twitter followers and Facebook fans. My Green Forward blog came in at 73! The Alexa rank for Green Forward is 3,180,687, Twitter followers is 860 and Facebook fans is 49.
Monday, September 22, 2014
This past weekend I was proud to be one of 400,000 concerned citizens participating in the People's Climate March that took place in New York City -- by far the biggest climate march in history.