One Inspirational Thing: The Tampa Zoo’s Baby Rhino Named Gronk click button

One Inspirational Thing: The Tampa Zoo’s Baby Rhino Named Gronk

Last fall, Tampa got two Gronks!  One came out of retirement to play for the Super Bowl Champs, and the other is an endangered one-horned rhino born at the Tampa Zoo on September 12th.  Both love to play ball — Gronk the football star caught two touchdown passes last night (becoming the first player to […]

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GM’s Announcement On All EVs by 2035 Is Shaking Things Up click button

GM’s Announcement On All EVs by 2035 Is Shaking Things Up

GM announced last week it intends to make the switch to selling only electric vehicles by 2035 — a surprise move that accelerates the pace of the conversion from internal combustion (IC) vehicles here in the U.S.  It

Why This Matters:  Secretary Pete was confirmed and he is poised to ride the wave of the transportation transformation.  GM’s decision will push the other major automakers to do the same.

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One Fun Throwback for #Pour It Forward

One Fun Throwback for #Pour It Forward

Last night’s Super Bowl will, of course, be remembered for its best commercials!  Last year, Stella Artois made a splash with its #PourItForward campaign, teaming with Water.org to provide 5 years of clean water to someone in the developing world. They are continuing the campaign in 2019.  If you purchase a limited edition glass “chalice” you […]

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Patriots win Super Bowl in world’s most sustainable sports venue

Patriots win Super Bowl in world’s most sustainable sports venue

Congratulations to the New England Patriots on their 6th Super Bowl win last night! While this is a huge achievement for Tom Brady, the real star of the show may have been the stadium in which the game was played. Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz stadium is the world’s most sustainable sporting venue and has the highest LEED […]

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