Beau Beljean


ZGlobal Inc

Subject Matter Expert

Beau Beljean, Real Time Energy Scheduling Supervisor with ZGlobal Inc in El Centro, CA heads a team of real time power marketers managing a portfolio of more than 1,500 MW of renewable energy, including scheduling for the City of Anaheim .  His engineering background, interning GENI in 2012 as part of Master’s degree of Science in Renewable Energy has also allowed him to cross functionally coordinate all phases of development and construction of close to 250MW of utility scale solar PV resources located in California’s Imperial Valley.

'The real threat to our future is peak water'


Lester Brown

Peak oil has generated headlines in recent years, but the real threat to our future is peak water. There are substitutes for oil, but not for water. We can produce food without oil, but not without water.


Jack Crittenden


Our City San Diego

Subject Matter Expert

Founded Cypress Magazines in 1991, with the launch of National Jurist, a magazine for law students. We launched a new magazine - Our City San Diego in September 2012.   Jack is responsible for all aspects of the publication:  editorial planning and strategy, editing and reporting.

Nowhere To Hide From Global Forest Watch


There's nowhere to hide now that Global Forest Watch has launched - citizens around the world now have all the information they need to monitor the state of the world's forests. 

In Mackerel's Plunder, Hints of Epic Fish Collapse


TALCAHUANO, Chile — Eric Pineda, a dock agent in this old port south of Santiago, peered deep into the Achernar’s hold at a measly 10 tons of jack mackerel — the catch after four days in waters once so rich they filled the 17-meter fishing boat in a few hours.

The future of food


John Vidal

By 2050 there will be another 2.5 billion people on the planet. How to feed them? Science's answer: a diet of algae, insects and meat grown in a lab

Extreme heat hurts wheat yields as world warms-study

David Fogarty

SINGAPORE, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Extreme heat can cause wheat crops to age faster and reduce yields, a U.S.-led study shows, underscoring the challenge of feeding a rapidly growing population as the world warms.

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