The conventions are over and the general election has officially begun. In the primaries, I received 1,846 pledged delegates, 46% of the total. Hillary Clinton received 2,205 pledged delegates, 54%. She received 602 superdelegates. I received 48 superdelegates. Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee and I will vigorously support her. Donald Trump would be a […]
From Climate Central: The average duration of the frost-free season is about 15 days longer across the U.S. than it was in the early 20th century. Every year since 1980 has experienced a longer frost free season than the 1895 to 2015 average. While there will continue to be variations in the amount of frost-free […]
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By reducing CFCs emitted from air conditioners.
I had Horchata for the first time at a Mexican restaurant not too long ago. The drink was sweet, delicious and oh so refreshing. For those who dont know – its made with rice milk and flavored with almonds and cinnamon. It a dairy free, vegan beverage and is delicious! It sort of reminds of a really […]
Ten years on, TEDGlobal returns to Africa, and applications are open now to attend. TEDGlobal 2017: Builders. Truth-tellers. Catalysts. happens August 27–30, 2017, in Arusha, Tanzania. Our conference in Arusha ten years ago felt like history in the making. The ideas and connections forged then have had untold impact. As curator Emeka Okafor says: “At the end of TEDGlobal 2007, we talked about…
Are you an inventor or filmmaker? A scientist or entrepreneur? Do you have a unique approach to your work that is worth sharing with the world? Could you benefit from the TED platform and the support of a dynamic global community of innovators? If yes, you should apply to be a TED Fellow. This year,…