A Denver-Area Fundraiser That Needs Your Help

A new trend of people has created a certain norm of helping others. They have come to realize that, savings the environment and people who live in it, is the best decision of all. For instance, if you like to volunteer, you can also start a fundraising project of helping the needy children in your society. One of the most remarkable and hardworking personalities is Jon Urbana. The FAA Airman who’s mastered the art of piloting planes of all sizes currently works at the Head of Business Development at Ellipse Technologies, which is a Medical device company in aesthetic IPL and also a laser system provider. Urbana’s Facebook profile states that he was born on November 15th 1982.

In 2015, Jon started an awesome Crowdrise Fundraising project for cats. He is located in the Denver area. Thus, he decided to start this project in his homeland. Besides, he has gone a step ahead, using heartfelt pictures on Flickr and his @jonurbana Instagram account to find shelter and homes for beautiful creatures that currently do not have a place to call home. All funds collected are then taken to the ARAS animal shelter, where it’s a place for helping needy animals. Urbana said in a website letter that he loves cats, hence he started this project. He is also an up and coming music artist, a freelance video editor (watch his videos, and a lacrosse player who took the Villanova team to new heights.

Jon is a great humanitarian at heart. Look no further than his blog, Jon Urbana’s Official WordPress, to see just how much he cares. He strives to give back to the community, and he has chosen various places. The world is an awesome place because of Urbana. He has recently opened a crowdfunding initiative at GoFundMe. The initiative helps to allow different people to raise funds for specific events such as graduations and also life challenges such as accidents and illness.

The company is located in San Diego, California and it has been operating since 2010. Also, on the GoFundMe platform, users can donate and also place a description on how the money should be used. Examples of such initiatives are the Earth Force Inc. project where it was posted on October 23rd, 2015 by Jon Urbana. The project is set to influence youths into improving the local environment and remind them where they came. The GoFundMe platform that Jon has created, it allows him to share his initative on various social media projects such as Twitter and Facebook.

Follow him on Twitter at @jonurbana1.

Solar Power Is Becoming Cheaper Than Ever

Alternative energy is on the rise, and recently we hit a milestone in terms of a majority of new power plant construction in the U.S. not being fossil fuel based. The future for solar energy is particularly bright. Technological advances have resulted in ever-increasing efficiency of solar cells so they are able to convert ever-higher percentages of sunlight into usable energy. At the same time, the cost of solar panels has been coming down to the point that it is just about at parity with the cost of fossil fuel power production in many countries. Given its enormous environmental benefits over fossil fuels, the cost was the only thing holding back substantial solar implementation particularly in poorer countries that can’t afford massive tax subsidies that this industry had required.

The improvement of our environment requires the dual effort of renewable power sources being used both in power plants and in vehicles. Gianfrancesco Genoso’s new research shows that cars are the other major polluter, and consumers will buy electric cars if they are a viable choice in terms of price and practicality. These problems are gradually being handled by human ingenuity as technological advances continue in the area of batteries and hydrogen fuel cells and as the infrastructure for green vehicles slowly begins to take shape.