Environmental Industry Blog

CHANGE Global Service Listing Available for Download

Author: on January 22nd, 2019
Topic: Uncategorized

The global capability statement for CHANGE (www.airqualitychange.com) is available for download directly at https://www.linkedin.com/in/timothy-r-mcauley-ms-phd-891a8520/. Any additional information on a variety of projects for each of these service listings can be provided  upon request.
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CHANGE Leaving an Impact Far Beyond Environmental Consulting

Author: on March 29th, 2016
Topic: Uncategorized

What defines a truly great company? Is it it’s leaders, employees, or those clients it does business with? Perhaps if one is thinking selfishly they may try and rank these accordingly, but they would be missing the point. What is the true value and privilege that as entrepreneurs we really should be seeking? It is […]
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Dr. Hopke Leads Biomass Combustion Research Projects at Clarkson University

Author: on March 4th, 2014
Topic: Environment » Sustainability

Photo of Sustainable Biomass Wood Pellets

With energy costs rising and increasing awareness of environmental damage from fossil fuel emissions, the quest for sustainable energy that burns with fewer toxic emissions is at the forefront of environmental research. Biomass combustion may be a promising source of sustainable energy that is more affordable and pollutes less than burning fossil fuels. Philip K. […]
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Eco-Friendly Energy Savings Program Helps City Save $8 Million per Year and Create New Jobs

Author: on February 3rd, 2014
Topic: Articles » Sustainability

Photos Courtesy of: Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau (http://www.memphistravel.com)

CHANGE Advisory Board Member Peter Torrellas recently helped the Mayor of Memphis, TN unveil a new, forward-thinking environmental program designed to slash the city’s energy costs while creating new jobs to bolster the local economy.  Mr. Torrellas suggested that the Memphis Clean and Green program could become a global model for similar efforts and described […]
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