“During the 2021 legislative session, Blue Planet is prioritizing a portfolio of policy solutions featured in Waypoints to accelerate our transition to a carbon-free economy. These measures seek to significantly reduce our greenhouse gas emissions while ensuring that everyone benefits from the transition to a cleaner, more resilient future.”
For those of you traveling to Italy in May, 2022 and for those of you still interested: Mark your calendar for March 2 at 1:30 PM – we will be doing a webcast with the EF representatives — a great opportunity to get more detailed information into the trip specifics and start the planning process. EF (which stands for “Education First”) has extended the “worry-free” deadline until February 28th, in which you can get a full-refund of any monies paid to EF if you change your mind before May 1, 2021.
The early enrollment discount for the month of February is $225. The link to our website is: EFCST.COM/2430099KJ I will send out the link to the webcast in a later email (I will post the info when it becomes available).
Check out this article about the six worst foods you can buy…and yes, shrimp is on the list! Sorry 🙁 if you like shrimp or any of the other foods on this list compiled by Global Citizen.
Here is more information on Fred Hampton that should expand your knowledge past what we discussed in class.
Biography of Fred Hampton, Black Panther Party Leader – https://www.thoughtco.com/fred-hampton-biography-4582596
Blue Planet Foundation is “a community organization that’s changing the conversation about clean energy. By creating sustainable models in Hawaii, we’re fueling the global transformation from fossil fuels to renewable solutions.”
This foundation has set up an easy way to submit testimony to the 2021 Hawaiʻi Legislative Session on climate and clean energy bills. Click on the link below to learn more!