The United States is a leader in the production and supply of energy and is one of the world’s largest energy consumers. U.S. energy companies produce oil, natural gas, coal, renewable fuels, as well as electricity from clean energy sources such as wind, solar, and nuclear power. U.S. energy companies further transmit, distribute, and store … Continue reading US-MA-NW Electric Supply Industry
Finally, it's the fourth week of living in United States 🇺🇸 with my new journey. The new journey totally different from the other times because I have to work hard to cross over a lot of obstacles in my life to be a part of this program. Furthermore, the distance of this journey far beyond … Continue reading New Journey in New World with new experience in the meaning of “Sugar Land Way”
Circles from the sky I looked up Ontario on Google map when I am first announced that it is going to be my host community. That looks like a mountainous city but instead of green colour as in Vietnam, it’s brown. I wondered what is the relevant between this city and my community, the area … Continue reading Yes, I am very privileged…
One of the largest problems faced by urbanisation is the creation and disposal of waste - be it solid or liquid, household or hazardous - solid waste management have always been a challenge for many cities and countries. It is also generally the assumption that government would have to be responsible for the treatment of … Continue reading If waste is creatively handled, is it still waste?
Charles county located in Southern Maryland with 460 square miles of land area and is bordered by Prince George’s County to the north; the Potomac River to the west and south; with the Wicomico River, St. Mary’s County, and a short segment of the Patuxent River to the east. This county not too far from … Continue reading The first week in Charles County
That is the question which I have been discussing a lot and If you type it and find on Google “How do we make city sustainable” about 132.000.000 results in 0.5 seconds is given. I went to city of Dubuque with that question and have talked to myself that: I will try my best to … Continue reading How do we make city sustainable?
I had the opportunity to visit the Rooney Road Recycling Center - a hazardous waste facility which collects materials from household and small businesses within the Jefferson County. The facility is managed voluntarily by the counties who participate and contribute (finance and manpower) to the center. Materials that can be dropped off at the center … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Trash
One of the great things being in the US during Fall is definitely Halloween! Despite not being an official national holiday, Halloween is a big deal for Americans given the preparation of costumes and decoration happen weeks ahead. We had the wonderful company of our host and her family/friends, as well as 800+ kids who … Continue reading Happy Halloween!
First time in the United States, I come to learn various things I do not expect. Fall season is one of favorite time of the year which you can enjoy changing color of the tree. And when talking about Fall, Halloween cannot be left out. Clueless of the tradition, I spent my first Halloween with … Continue reading Trick-or-Treat in Sustainability