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How to be Entrepreneurial where you are

November 30, 2016

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Updated Dec. 3, 2016 Here is the link to our interview – In honor of the White House’s event the “United Day of Women” on Saturday Dec. 3, 2016 we will be interviewing, Dr. Bee Leng Chua, who is the Executive Director of HiBeam – http://www.hibeam.org .  HiBeam stands for Hawaii Business and Entrepreneur Acceleration Mentors. Our interview will […]

Fugitive Dust creates Environmental concerns for Children at a Waianae School

July 30, 2016

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A dust storm continues for a Hawaii Charter School on the Waianae Coast, on the Island of Oahu. As Student’s are set to start a new school year the school staff and workers at Kamaile Academy have been dealing with large amounts of Fugitive Dust from  a massive 27.6-MW utility-scale solar project by Eurus Energy Holdings Corp […]

Arcing the past with the future

June 17, 2016

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  Nikola Tesla (10 July 1856 – 7 January 1943) a leader whose vision and mission is forged in his dedication to the advancement Science and Electricity not only to the American people but to Humanity and the world. The city of Rahway, New Jersey, will be celebrated with an unveiling of a new Bronze Bust […]

Every Voice is Valuable – Mayor Jennifer Roberts

June 14, 2016

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Charlotte NC Mayor Jennifer Roberts shares her feedback on the importance of including Woman as “the best thing to do for the whole community” and to create equality for Women. #STATEOFWOMEN the United State of Women , Summit 2016 . The Mayor share her insights that “in a complex society”, we need more minds at the […]

Lets do this … “United State of Women Summit” #StateofWomen

May 19, 2016

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President and Michelle Obama are creating a platform of global engagement for Women on June 14, 2016 at the White House. Lets all help, support & honor the women in the United States and around the world who help to make a positive global impact in all markets & Sectors. Ask yourself… What have you […]

The Bees need our help to survive

May 16, 2016

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The survival of our Bees and understanding the declining population of Honey Bees and other pollinators, is vital for mankind. Not only for the United States, but globally for our environment, food security, agriculture and enterprise. Bees have no voice, no union to protect them and speak out for the rights of the workers, or […]

A Mobile Star Lab ignites Learning

April 5, 2016

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  This Eagle Nebula Photo was taken with a Mobile Innovation in Astronomy created by Ken Archer of the Ironwood Observatory. More than 7000 light years away from the planet Earth  the M-16 or  Eagle Nebula was first discovered by Philippe Loys de Chéseaux in 1745-6,  in the constellation Serpens. Ken Archer used developed the layers […]