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DFW First U.S. Airport To Receive Climate Leadership Award

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is the first U.S. airport to receive the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Climate Leadership Award for Greenhouse Gas Management. Read DFW First U.S. Airport To Receive Climate Leadership Award on Facilit...
by FacilityBlog on Apr 22, 2016

Seven Ways To “Green” The Landscape For Earth Day

Seven practical ways facility executives can make their landscapes even “greener” this Earth Day, and throughout the year. Read Seven Ways To “Green” The Landscape For Earth Day on Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings.
by FacilityBlog on Apr 21, 2016

Friday Funny: The Verdict’s In On Pets At Work

Banfield Pet Hospital recently released its first ever Pet-Friendly Workplace PAWrometer survey, revealing the impact pet-friendly workplaces have on employees and human resources decision makers. Read Friday Funny: The Verdict’s In On Pets At Work...
by FacilityBlog on Apr 15, 2016

Nestlé Purina Factories Achieve Zero Waste To Landfill Status

Purina aims for all of its factories to achieve Zero Waste to Landfill status by 2020. Read Nestlé Purina Factories Achieve Zero Waste To Landfill Status on Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings.
by FacilityBlog on Apr 14, 2016

Facility Executive | March / April 2016 Issue

This issue looks at smart lighting trends, how to choose carpet and flooring, physical security planning, and energy efficiency for data centers. Plus, wellness and water conservation. Read Facility Executive | March / April 2016 Issue on Facility Ex...
by FacilityBlog on Apr 12, 2016

Water Systems Strategies

Over the last two decades, extreme drought events in the U.S. have vividly illustrated the imperative for technologies that increase water usage efficiency as well as strategies and methods to reduce demand. Read Water Systems Strategies on Facility...
by FacilityBlog on Apr 12, 2016

“The color of sleaze is no longer black, rather it is green.”

German magazine, Der Spiegel, has turned a spotlight onto Germany’s “Green Sleaze”, the Wind Industry’s corruption of the environmental movement and local politicians: “Enoch zu Guttenberg, one of Germany’s most prolif...
by Wainfleet Wind Action on Apr 10, 2016

The Crisis in oufr Values

The Crisis in our Values If the current presidential campaign teaches us anything, it is that America is suffering from a serious lack of positive goals, of projects that arouse the enthusiasm of citizens and make them feel that their life has a...
by Out of the Woods on Apr 10, 2016

Facility Retrofit: Zero Waste Manufacturing

In September 2014, Diamond announced that it had achieved zero manufacturing waste to landfill status, becoming the first American-owned folding carton manufacturer to do so. Read Facility Retrofit: Zero Waste Manufacturing on Facility Executive - C...
by FacilityBlog on Apr 8, 2016

World Water Day Infographic: Advancing A Circular Economy

Almost half the world's workers —1.5 billion people — work in water related sectors and nearly all jobs depend on water and those that ensure its safe delivery, according to the United Nations. So, it’s no surprise that the theme for today's Wo...
by FacilityBlog on Mar 22, 2016

Can We Care For Ourselves if We Don't Value Care?

Last week I agreed to lead a fall workshop on the subject of caring for the caregiver. I proposed exploring the premise and possibility of matching a self-caring action with each caring action we perform for a loved one. An example might be to nurtur...

America Needs the Bible for the Family – Part 1

The Bible has long had a strong influence on the culture of America and her very character. That is the essence of our yearly study in 2016: “America Needs the Bible.” This influence has also been seen in the historical … Continue reading &...
by How to be saved on Mar 7, 2016

It’s Called Humble Confidence

Who would you rather sit next to on an airplane… the I’m-so-great-guy who tells you exactly where to go and what to do – and how he knows all the insider scoop from sports scores to restaurants to books to read, or the guy who offers ideas and...

Oh, for a little straight talk now that spring is in the air

The political reaction to the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is the clearest evidence I’ve seen lately of the sclerotic thinking that passes for wisdom and strategy in American politics.  Not saying I’m surprised, mind you, ju...
by Hey, it's Pat Ryan's blog! on Feb 16, 2016

Oh, for a little straight talk now that spring is in the air

The political reaction to the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is the clearest evidence I’ve seen lately of the sclerotic thinking that passes for wisdom and strategy in American politics.  Not saying I’m surprised, mind you, ju...
by Hey, it's Pat Ryan's blog! on Feb 16, 2016

Who Needs a Job? Felon on Probation Bernard Kerik chest to breast partying with NYC Dept of Correction Deputy Warden Tashell Knight

Felon on Probation, Bernard Kerik, who reportedly owes $180,000 in arrears criminal restitution to the USA (USA v Bernard Kerik 7:2007-cr-01027 S.D.N.Y.) and over $350,000 IRS Federal Tax Lien from relating crimes, doesn't appear to maintain full-tim...
by DoingTimeWithBernie.com on Feb 7, 2016

True Happiness. True Wealth. (Attention: Boring post. But important.)

“I’m quitting Instagram, YouTube and Tumblr,” Essena O’Neil wrote in a final post. “Deleted over 2,000 photos here today that …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Feb 4, 2016

THE HUMAN FACE OF WIND TURBINES

We are adding a new link to our Blogroll:The Human Face of Wind Turbines. An excellent site to peruse the real damage to health caused by the Wynne Turbines. The site’s owners have incorporated important links in their homepage banner: …...
by Wainfleet Wind Action on Jan 20, 2016

Inspirational life Story | Keys to Creating a Healthy, Growing, and Lasting Relationship

When I was a kid, my Mom liked to cook food and every now & then I remember she used to cook for us. One night in particular when she had made dinner after a long hard day at work, Mom placed a plate of bread jam and extremely burned toast in fro...
by Inspirational Quotes on Jan 19, 2016

Inspirational life Story | Keys to Creating a Healthy, Growing, and Lasting Relationship

When I was a kid, my Mom liked to cook food and every now & then I remember she used to cook for us. One night in particular when she had made dinner after a long hard day at work, Mom placed a plate of bread jam and extremely burned toast in fro...
by Inspiring Quotes on Jan 19, 2016


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