Trudy Hardy, a 19-year veteran in the auto industry, joined AOL's BUILD series to share her experiences in marketing, product planning and strategy for such brands as Jaguar, Mini and in her current role as Vice President of Marketing North America for BMW.
Through our efforts and the work of many others in the environmental community, we're sending a strong message that the politics of climate change and energy are shifting.
Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded.
Denial is a waste of American ingenuity, talent and energy. If we want to remain competitive in the global economy, we should redirect our energies into making America great through conservation, innovation and education.
There has been an alarming rise in the incidence of train accidents in the last two years involving the derailment of tanker cars carrying crude oil, spilling large volumes of toxic crude oil into waterways.
If more environmental studies and more alarming news will not mobilize leaders and the public for an all-out commitment to the preservation of our small vulnerable corner of the universe, what will? Perhaps we need to shift our focus from information to changing human behavior.
I tell other members of Congress that if they're unhappy with their job, then they should let someone else have it. No matter which side has the numbers, there are 50 different ways to win.
Industrial polluters are using the same scare tactic they trot out every time the government proposes stricter emission controls: exaggerate the cost, overstate job losses, and completely ignore the benefits.
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Attacking the climate crisis simply by trying to reduce man-made emissions is like trying to get your finances under control by just paying off credit card debt.
Kudos to the EPA. But you know what? We've already seen some important results from this plan that -- if not quite "accidental" -- were by no means a sure thing, either.
We need to come together as citizens of planet Earth to solve the big issues. One of the biggest is global climate warming, because it is linked to species survival.
Panic, havoc, borders shut down, and life as we know it is put on hold. Sounds like an apocalyptic Hollywood movie? Yes, but this is something that could very well happen if massive disaster strikes and national and international authorities are simply unable to do their jobs.
Happiness, hopefulness and Halcyon days are how the history books will remember GenX in generations to come. But is there more to our legacy?
Today, I awoke to another story about Norfolk, Virginia, one of the areas of the US on the Eastern seaboard where we've seen the most rapid increase in the sea level. This is of vital importance, as Norfolk is home to the largest naval base in the world, and rising sea levels threaten its long-term survivability.