Author: Ziggy Marley

The world will get half its power from wind, solar by 2050

Photo by Dennis van Zuijlekom via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Article by Millicent Dent and Chris Martin, via Bloomberg Nearly half the world’s electricity will come from renewable energy by 2050 as costs of wind, solar and battery storage continue to plummet. That titanic shift over the next...

SELAH MARLEY TALKS SKIN CARE, STAGE FRIGHT, & CREATING ART IN THE AGE OF INSTAGRAM

Photo by Ben Ritter Article via coveteur.com Last month Selah Marley accomplished an elusive feat in the art world: She created a work that people were compelled to see. A Primordial Place, Marley’s sensory installation of floral- and foliage-filled landscapes, drew droves of attendees to Brooklyn’s City Point, garnered attention from...

PREMIERE: Ziggy Marley’s “World Revolution” homegrown music video

From his latest GRAMMY-nominated album, Rebellion Rises, Ziggy bring us this brand new music video to his latest single, "World Revolution"! The video itself is 100% "homegrown", have been filmed, produced, and edited entirely by the Tuff Gong Worldwide crew. Ziggy was also extremely hands-on...

Ziggy to perform charity concert for Kids Unlimited in Medford, OR (June 17)

Photo by Fernando Aceves Article via Mail Tribune The best music performances aren’t always played at large venues. Eight-time Grammy Award-winning reggae artist and philanthropist Ziggy Marley said he enjoyed playing to the smaller crowd at Kids Unlimited in 2006 so much that he is back for another...

Bunny Shaw, the ‘Zion Williamson of Soccer,’ Mixes Size and Spontaneity

Photo by Ian MacNicol Article by Jeré Longman, via NY TIMES. Upon graduating from the University of Tennessee last month, Khadija Shaw allowed herself a quiet moment of self-congratulation. She was the first in her family to receive a college degree. She had persevered through tragedy, having...

JoAni Johnson: The 67-Year-Old Model Rihanna Cast for Fenty

Photo by Ibrahem Hasan Article by Michael Love Michael, via Paper. Johnson's career as a tea-blender requires her to give presentations on the history of tea, tea drinking trends, and more. For work, she travels internationally to lend her authoritative, poised voice to the community. Soon, the...

Climate change is already affecting global food production — unequally

Photo by Bob Nichols Article via sciencedaily.com Published in PLOS ONE, the University of Minnesota-led study, conducted with researchers from the University of Oxford and the University of Copenhagen, used weather and reported crop data to evaluate the potential impact of observed climate change. The researchers found that: observed climate...