How to Deal with the Summer Heat – Small Business Edition with Kathy Hollinger of the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington
The official first day of summer is coming up this Sunday, and after a long year, we are all ready for it.
The things we do daily impact the environment, so it is of no surprise that our behaviors and habits can also help to fight against climate change and global warming.
As many of our readers know, May is clean air month. It’s also Asthma and Allergy Awareness month. Clean air is essential for healthy lungs, particularly for those facing health challenges like lung disease and asthma.
We hope our readers are beginning to safely enjoy the warm weather. As we continue with our Reduce Energy Use DC campaign, we are excited to hear from Doug Abbott of the Alliance to Save Energy.
As we look towards the future, many people envision a world with equitable clean energy.
Today’s blog post features Jackie Reyes-Yanes, the executive director of the Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs.
As we wrap up our first week of the Reduce Energy Use DC campaign, we are reflecting on the importance of taking action in the District to support protecting the Earth and our environment.