Integral Ecology | Sat, May 10, 2014

Celebrating Earth Day with Reports of Energy Savings Through Wind Power

What better day than Earth Day to celebrate our energy savings? The Center of Concern is proud to share news of its environmental stewardship. We procure our energy through Washington Gas Energy Services' Green-e Energy, a certified wind power source from regional wind farms. Wind power is the world's fastest growing energy resource. Photo/CC/Flickr/Attribution/"Wind Turbines and Mt. Hood" by lamoix.



Integral Ecology | Tue, Apr 8, 2014

Integral Ecology Project Recognizes Mandela's Interests in Sustainability

The Integral Ecology Project expresses deep respect for the work of Nelson Mandela to improve the sustainability of South Africa through his legislative accomplishments. Under his presidency, South Africans experienced major changes in the quality of their lives as millions accessed telephone lines, the electricity grid, and clean sources of water. He worked for employment equity, workers' rights, and the rights of labor tenants who lived and worked on farms. Photo/CC/Darling Wind Farm/Warren Rohner 

Integral Ecology | Fri, Oct 4, 2013

Sino-US Colloquium (IV) = Core Values and World Order

Lester Myers, Ph.D. and President of Center of Concern joins Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick at the China Energy Fund Committee (CEFC) Sino-US Colloquium (IV) = Core Values and World Order.  Presenters include academicians and scholars from China and the United States, international religious and cultural experts, social scientists, renowned journalists and politicians whom CEFC assembles. CEFC serves as a high-end strategic think tank engaged in energy strategy research, energy and public diplomacy, as well as global energy cooperation and cultural exchanges. Through the Colloquium, CEFC challenges the best minds to to conduct research in support of China’s three-pronged approach to energy development: the substitution of cleaner alternative energy for traditional energy, renewable energy for fossil fuels and plentiful energy sources for scarce ones.