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Women & Tech: Ariel Garten

Women & Tech: Ariel Garten

Ariel Garten Ariel is an artist, scientist and entrepreneur who has bridged the gap between all three disciplines. She is the CEO of InteraXon, a company specialized in thought-controlled computing and has raised $287,472 on Indiegogo to produce a brain-sensing...

7 Steps To Make More Money (today & tomorrow)

7 Steps To Make More Money (today & tomorrow)

I rushed down the elevator to my mailbox. Today had to be the day; it’s been over a week since my client told me he had mailed my check. The anticipation gripped me as I floated down to the lobby mailroom. I dropped my keys twice trying to open the box, then tore...

The $50 a Day Early Retirement Strategy

The $50 a Day Early Retirement Strategy

This is the single most important hack I’ve used to build wealth. It’s easy. I break down ALL of my money goals into daily goals. I still deposit money every day into my investment accounts and track my net worth for free using Personal Capital. Our minds are built to...

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Try a Little Kindness

Try a Little Kindness

Everyone loves that warm heart feeling they get when they do something kind for another. It's wonderful, right? Did you know kind acts – even secret ones – can do wonders for your physical, mental and emotional health? And there’s another curious thing about kindness:...

Inner Stillness and Silence

Inner Stillness and Silence

August 8, 2017 Articles of the Heart, HeartMath Tools & Techniques Many spiritual cultures agree inner stillness creates an energetic environment for supporting our advancing consciousness that can unleash the transformational power of our love. That's why, from...

Solutions for Major Stressors

Solutions for Major Stressors

HeartMath Institute’s long years of scientific research and clinical trials have helped improve thousands of people’s lives worldwide. Whether you, a friend or loved one is seeking help for job stress, anxiety, fatigue, sleeplessness or another stressful condition,...

Renewables provide half of UK’s electricity for the first time

Renewables provide half of UK’s electricity for the first time

By Tom Lawson 10 June, 2017 Favourable weather conditions during a spell one day last week helped the UK’s renewable energy sector set a new record for sustainable power production Renewable sources of energy briefly met 50.7 per cent of the UK’s electricity needs,...

France set to ban sale of all petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040

France set to ban sale of all petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040

France is set to ban the sale of any car that uses petrol or diesel fuel by 2040. The country’s ecology minister called it a “revolution” France is set to end sales of all petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040 as part of proposals to meet its targets under the Paris...

Syria opens its first solar-powered hospital

Syria opens its first solar-powered hospital

By Tom Lawson 21 July, 2017 Solar energy is helping to save lives in Syria by providing a more reliable power supply A hospital in Syria can run for up to 24 hours on renewable power, thanks to the installation of 480 solar panels. Six years of civil war has destroyed...

NYC residents trade solar energy with their neighbors

NYC residents trade solar energy with their neighbors

By Tom Lawson 21 July, 2017 A community microgrid is helping New Yorkers exchange renewable power Residents in two New York City neighbourhoods are helping to keep each other’s lights on by sharing energy generated by solar panels. Using a TransActive Grid, people in...

New diesel and petrol cars to be banned from UK roads by 2040

New diesel and petrol cars to be banned from UK roads by 2040

By Lucy Purdy 26 July, 2017 The sale of petrol and diesel cars will end in the UK in 2040, with a new tax on diesel drivers to be introduced from 2020 The government has confirmed plans to ban the sale of new diesel and petrol cars in the UK from 2040. It comes amid...

Hello sunshine: the dawning of a renewables revolution

Hello sunshine: the dawning of a renewables revolution

By Martin Wright 18 August, 2017 Plunging solar and wind prices have led to the brokering of new green power deals, from India to Mexico. Martin Wright gets energised about renewables No one, it’s fair to say, really saw this coming. Even pundits who’d been predicting...

Three good things: transforming coffee leftovers

Three good things: transforming coffee leftovers

By Lucy Purdy 21 August, 2017 Love lattes, but worried about waste? Here are three projects putting leftover coffee grounds to good use 1. Fantastic fungi GroCycle, launched by Devon-based social enterprise Fungi Futures CIC, grows oyster mushrooms from waste coffee...