Articles by tag: D.C.

Energy and the Effects on Agriculture: Can We Survive?

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Since President Biden came into office, there has been an increasing focus on “green energy” initiatives, resulting in radical changes in the oil industry. For example, the 2021 Executive Order resulted in the cancellation of the 2019 Keystone Pipeline permit. But how are these radical changes impacting the U.S. agriculture industry, and will these changes […]

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3 Reasons to Follow Smart Cities Connect Fall Conference

Cities across the world are moving towards a smarter, more connected future. While the road ahead for IoT solutions in urban areas is still not completely mapped, conferences like Smart Cities Connect try to concentrate the brightest ideas into one place for three days. National Harbor, Maryland, just outside Washington, D.C., hosts this year’s Fall Conference […]

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3 Reasons to Follow Smart Cities Connect Fall Conference

Cities across the world are moving towards a smarter, more connected future. While the road ahead for IoT solutions in urban areas is still not completely mapped, conferences like Smart Cities Connect try to concentrate the brightest ideas into one place for three days. National Harbor, Maryland, just outside Washington, D.C., hosts this year’s Fall Conference […]

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NAFSA Begins Its 2019 Event in Washington, D.C. Today

For the 71st time, the National Association of Foreign Student Advisers (NAFSA) is holding its annual meeting, which begins today in Washington, D.C. The conference focuses on international education and is highlighted this year by a speaking engagement from former Secretaries of State Madeline K. Albright and Colin Powell. The pair will address the conference […]

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Tech-Mom Journey: From CERT to Stars, Inspiring the Next Generation with Desiree Baccus
April 18, 2024

In a world where technology and communication are paramount, the story of Desiree Baccus stands as a testament to the power of curiosity and adaptability. As a single mother who delved into the tech world to inspire her children, Baccus’ journey from the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) to the realms of amateur radio […]

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Third Inning: Whatever is Normal, Do The Exact Opposite
April 18, 2024

In a world where most businesses adhere to traditional practices, the Savannah Bananas baseball team stands out by doing the exact opposite. The organization’s philosophy is simple yet revolutionary: “Whatever’s normal, do the exact opposite.” This approach not only distinguishes them from competitors but also creates unforgettable experiences for their fans. Most companies stick […]

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Multifamily Housing is the Sustainable Solution for Rapid Population Growth in Nashville
April 17, 2024

As Nashville grapples with an explosive growth in population and a consequent strain on its housing market, the city is witnessing a shift from traditional single-family homes to more space-efficient multifamily units. This transition reflects a broader trend seen across various neighborhoods, with places like Germantown experiencing a significant 37.1% rise in home prices […]

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The Anticipation of Record Heat Must be the Concern of Educational Institutions and the Safety of their Student Athletes
April 17, 2024

Temperatures around the globe are continuing to set new records, and as a result, universities now face increasing challenges in ensuring the safety and performance of their student athletes. Scientists from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are warning that there is a 1 in 3 chance that 2024 could surpass 2023 […]

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