How COVID-19 Will Affect the Real Estate MarketFull Article
If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that life is full of uncertainty. The COVID-19 pandemic has touched every walk of life, disrupting the careers, routines, and plans of billions of people.
Meaningful Ways to Help the EnvironmentFull Article
From the wildfires raging across Australia, to the monsoons flooding India, to the droughts gripping much of South-Western North America, it’s clear that the planet is having a rough reaction to changing environmental conditions in its atmosphere and on its surface.
How to Lower your Carbon FootprintFull Article
The scientific consensus is in: Earth’s climate is changing, and it is getting warmer. If current trends continue, the consequences of unchecked global warming will manifest in everything from an increased frequency of extreme weather events such as hurricanes and floods to much longer wildfire seasons and wide-scale crop failures.
A Discussion with Peter Lowes About Environmental AdvocacyFull Article
At the age of seven, I joined the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Even at such a young age, I had the awareness that animals need our help. This understanding developed over the years and raised my desire to help protect the environment that animals live in.
Ideamensch interview with peter lowesFull Article
A local restaurant worker named Marcos Rodriguez approached me in 2005 and knowing that I was already in the restaurant business; he asked if ever I wanted to start a new restaurant venture if I would consider being his partner.
How to Make Sound Real Estate InvestmentsFull Article
As far as investments are concerned, real estate has always been the single most dependable to net a gain in the long-term. So long as the properties in question are properly maintained, it is as close to a guarantee as is possible, financially speaking.
Understanding The Impact Of Forest Fires With Peter LowesFull Article
Massive wildfires in California and other areas of the western United States are becoming commonplace in various news outlets this time of year. While occasional fires are part of the natural order of things, the facts tell a troubling story.
Climate change has become a hot topic. Companies are starting to announce targets for getting their products to net zero or neutral emissions, governments are feeling pressure to address the crisis, and more and more people are becoming aware of the serious repercussions of everyday decisions.