A Radio Interview with Allie Kelly on "Speaking of Green"
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Allie Kelly is Executive Director of The Ray.
A Georgia native, Allie earned a B.A. degree in political science from the University of Georgia. She has worked in public policy for over 15 years, first as a lobbyist for UPS in Washington, D.C., then returning to Atlanta and founding Georgia Watch in 2002, which is the state’s only consumer watchdog organization.
In 2009, she left Georgia Watch to join former Lt. Gov.
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) has a name that sounds like it could be a complex scientific concept, but it’s really not that complicated: CNG is primarily methane gas stored at high pressure. That’s it.
Why do we care?
We care because CNG can be used in the same place as gasoline, diesel, or propane, but is generally cleaner and helps diversify the fuel supply.
‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ campaign runs December 15 – January 1
LOUISVILLE, Ky., December 15, 2016 /3BL Media/– To help everyone have a safe holiday season, Brown-Forman is once again teaming up with local transportation companies to encourage people to plan ahead and keep drunk drivers off of the roads. This is the fifth consecutive year that Brown-Forman has helped offer safe rides home through this program.
As people continue to be drawn to cities, there is a need and opportunity to increase the focus on safety in densely populated areas, including buildings and walkways near rail crossings and tracks. CSX’s approach to safety is multifaceted – and one critical aspect is keeping communities aware of how to stay safe around the railroad, especially if it is near where they live and work.
Some of the highlights from CSX’s community safety efforts in 2015 include:
Antea Group was contracted by the insurance broker for a regional trucking organization to provide an independent investigation of a major accident involving an employee of their client. The accident involved a fall from the top of a rail car which resulted in serious, debilitating injuries. The trucking organization had limited expertise and experience in carrying out such an investigation.
On Monday, May 16, more than 120 people celebrated the opening of Booz Allen’s new Innovation Center in the heart of Washington, D.C. To mark the opening, Booz Allen brought together thought leaders from industry, government, and the innovation community for the panel discussion, “Smart. Safe. Connected. Shaping the Future of Transportation.” Panelists included: