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Founder of Energime University
Empowering the world to re-establish a sustainable environment
Bill Sosinsky, Founder, Co-Owner, and CEO of The Energime Family of Companies including Energime Sustainable Technologies, Energime Power, Energime Energy Efficiency and is the Chairman of the Board for The Energime Foundation. Bill is also the Founder and Director of Energime University.
Bill has been a proponent of sustainable growth and renewable energy since the early 1970s. As a young student Bill attended Elizabeth Irwin/ Little Red School House in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. Later he went on to attend Stuyvesant High School for math and science, and was in the first graduating class of the New York City, City-As-School experimental program for gifted students. After academic work at the SUNY Binghamton School of Business for undergraduate studies, and NYU Graduate School, he started Environomic Solutions, an early version of Energime. Bill’s credits also include teaching at the Henry George School of Economics, working for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the New York City Bicentennial Corporation, NYPIRG, and composing and producing sound tracks for television and film. In 2005, Bill began creating the structure and building the core relationships that would become Energime Sustainable Technologies and the Energime Companies. Bill has a strong background and extensive practical experience in economics, economic theory, marketing, business development, renewable energy, agriculture, aquaculture, waste management technologies, integrated sustainable design, environmental sciences, project management, and communications.
Bill is a published author having written many articles. He served as the opinion editor for EcoSeed with articles on Integrated Sustainable Design, Green Investment, Sustainable Economics, Advanced Food Production, Global Agricultural Trends, and Advanced Waste Management. He is also a regular contributor on the subject of energy conservation and advanced retrofitting of the built environment for several real estate periodicals and for the DOE executive newsletter.
You can listen to the first of series of fascinating interviews with Bill here or on our podcast Growing Trends on iTunes
Brother Bill Miller.
Today's interview is rather special, Ann's brother Bill is a very keen on hunting and conservation, so much so he has his very own mini estate. On a recent warm day we were privileged to be given a conducted tour, you can listen to this fascinating interview here . Listen here
This was such a beautiful place to visit.
What you cannot see is how well the estate is managed..
Ann had this wonderful idea to interview a curator from the National World War One museum in Kansas City for Veterans Day ,
Remembrance day in Europe - listen here
"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them."
The museum is very special, the curators extremely knowledgeable, you can read more about the museum below.
I found this anonymusly posted famous poem on facebook, it seemed entirely appropriate
Patti's Bees - Listen Here
Lyle & Jan - In their beautiful garden - Listen here
Alan Sargent - An English Garden Expert Extraordinaire - Listen here
Ed & Betsy Holland - a lovely Garden in Kansas . - Listen here
Steve Frey - Weston Red Barn Farm, Weston, Missouri Listen Here
Jan Schall The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City Listen here
Duane Hoover - The Kauffman Memorial Garden, Kansas City . Listen here
Belinda's beautiful garden in Overland Park,Kansas City - Listen here
John Stanley, Western Australia - Trends around the world - Listen here
Kelly Daniels - The Kelly Gallery, Overland Park, Kansas - Listen here
Parkville Farmers Market, ParkVille, MO - Listen here
Coming Soon :
Richard Benfield - Garden Tourist Guru
Brent Powell - Brent Powell sustainable Garden Design
Martin City Brewery Beer Garden - Fine ale ine a traditional beer garden
Norma Burnson - Sustainable edible growing
Tracy McKinnon - School Garden project
Mel Bartholomew - Square Foot Gardening.
Denise Shreiber - Eat your Roses