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Brad Masi is a consultant, writer, social entrepreneur, and media producer who focuses on sustainable community development and local food systems. Masi has worked as coordinator for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Sierra Club in Colorado, project manager for the Environmental Studies Program at Oberlin College, and Founder and Executive Director of the New Agrarian Center. Masi also produced the film PolyCultures- Food Where We Live, a feature documentary about local food efforts in Northeast Ohio and co-authored the 25% Shift study that identifies strategic options for broader-scale food localization in Northeast Ohio.
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Germany's target for renewable energy sources to deliver 65% of its consumed electricity by 2030 seemed on track Wednesday, with 52% of electricity coming from renewables in 2020's first quarter. Renewable energy advocates, however, warned the trend is imperiled by slowdowns in building new wind and solar plants.
Half the world is on lockdown. So, the constant hum of cars, trucks, trains and heavy machinery has stopped, drastically reducing the intensity of the vibrations rippling through the Earth's crust. Seismologists, who use highly sensitive equipment, have noticed a difference in the hum caused by human activity, according to Fast Company.