Pure (Project Urban Renewable Energy)

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The Mission

It is the mission of the Project Urban Renewable Energy (PURE) to be actively engaged in educating communities in the areas of energy efficiency, urban renewal, green technology and environmental justice issues in order to help facilitate building collaborative sustainable communities across America.

What Are the Options to Solve the Flint Water Crisis?  


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In an effort to encourage recycling on  HBCU campuses, student organizations were challenged by PURE to Remix a Recycle Bin to be used on campus for recycling. 

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Pure Blog

Do Smart Cities Equal Smarter Empowered Citizens?

What is the smart city movement and why is there such a push around the globe for "smart cities"?  A smart city is one that has digital technology embedded across all city functions.  This technology also utilizes the Internet of Things (IoT), which refers to the ever-growing network of physical objects that feature an IP address for internet connectivity, and the communication that occurs between these objects and other Internet-enabled devices and systems.   Technology and managed data  across all platforms to include  government services, transport, traffic management, energy, health care, water and waste. Everything is connected to your LED street lights to sensors

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Earth Day #FlintWaterCrisis Exodus?

Earth Day 2016 , a celebration started in 1970 to bring attention to environmental stewardship and issues. Today the United Nations has over 170 Countries on board to sign the historic Paris Agreement on Climate Change. These negotiations took place last December in Paris at COP21. Yet today I have to ask do we have to consider an Exodus for the people of Flint? The Paris Agreement puts a focus on reducing our carbon footprint and carbon emissions around the globe. Clean Air is important but we also can't survive without clean water. Governor Rick Snyder of Michigan is doing

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THE WAR FOR WATER? The Genesis of The Flint Water Crisis

"In Flint we can't drink the water, we can't drink the water and haven't been able in two years" - Dr. Karen Weaver Mayor of Flint Michigan. This is outrageous when Flint is located near the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth, the "Great Lakes" containing 21% of the world's surface fresh water. Nestle one of the largest bottled water companies is able to pump millions of gallons of water from the Great Lakes for free. Which in turn of course they sell as bottled water. Juxtapose Nestle getting access to clean water  with the residents of flint who have

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FLYER Building the Beloved Community with Environmental Justice




Djuan Coleon
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Kimberly Corbin
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Kimberly King
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