Dubbed â€˜Friends of Nature Music Festivalâ€™ the event aims to raise awareness about the planet through two days of spectacular music, peace, entertainment and a wide variety of activities and exhibitors. While setting the standard by being 100% sustainable in itself, the ground-breaking festival is set to take the city by storm.
On October 10th, 81 students at Horace Mann Middle School became scientists for the day during the fifth annual 4-H National Youth Science Day (NYSD). As part of 4-H NYSD, youth participated in the 4-H Eco-Bot Challenge: the 2012 National Science Experiment.
Designed by The Ohio State University Extension, this year's experiment introduced youth to robotic engineering concepts as they program a robot to clean up a simulated environmental spill. The 4-H Eco-Bot Challenge demonstrated that by utilizing engineering principles, youth can have a positive impact on communities and ecosystems.
The Regional Climate Action Plan represents the culmination of more than three years of technical and planning processes and the support of diverse agencies and stakeholders from across the region. It provides a foundation for building community resilience through concerted actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to regional and local impacts of a changing climate. The planâ€™s recommendations also aim to protect the regionâ€™s unique assets and support economic development, while fostering healthy, livable communities.
While we have no control over the price of fuel, we can do a few things to help us save money. Below are a few tips from that may help ease the burden of rising fuel prices.