DEMA: 2017 Wave Makers Awards

DEMA: 2017 Wave Makers Awards

Vote Now for the 2017 Wave Makers Award!   ** Deadline to Vote is 12:00 p.m. Pacific Time on October 26, 2017 ** Voting for the inaugural Wave Makers Award is now open to DEMA Members! Log in and cast your vote today! The deadline to vote is 12:00 p.m. Pacific...
Today’s Hatfields and McCoys Battle Over Coal

Today’s Hatfields and McCoys Battle Over Coal

In the second half of the 1800s the coal country of West Virginia and Kentucky erupted in a bitter feud that took many lives and played out over multiple generations. More than a century later, the historic battle between the Hatfields and McCoys remains synonymous...
Sustainable & Responsible Tourism on Curaçao

Sustainable & Responsible Tourism on Curaçao

Many tourists who visit Curaçao, travel here to experience the incredible beauty of the Caribbean Sea and the amazing coral reef system, that is a bevy of healthy biodiversity, only seen by scuba diving or snorkeling.  But, like the world over, Curaçao’s coral reefs...
Wind Power! What SUV’s and Huggies have in common!

Wind Power! What SUV’s and Huggies have in common!

We have some “Really Big” developments to report on the progress of Wind Power. Costs are dropping, employment opportunities set records, enormous wind farms are being built and more major corporations are lining up to power their manufacturing with wind....
Shark Killing Banned in Florida

Shark Killing Banned in Florida

Earlier this year we reported that shark finning was still legal and fins were being sold in Florida. A law passed in 1992 to ban shark finning was strengthened in 2010 but the shark finning continued. More recent attempts to ban the sale and trade of shark fins were...