Michael Killen (Center), Jim Sweeney, Producer of the famed Silicon Valley Energy Summit at Stanford (center); and former Seantor, Arizonia are in front of Michael Killen’s painting “Resilience” (5 x 24 feet). The video/TV show above is being released to TV stations across the US and beyond.
Speaker Alex Cannara PhD PENNINSULAR. GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Diner Meeting / Talk register at diggles.com/pgs. Cannara’s thougths on France’s Climate Plan at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrGYGeOHK24 .
Artist, Michael Killen who is interpreting California’s Climate Plan on large canvases, and Dr. Alex Cannara a leading climate and energy consultant discuss how the French want to move to a cleaner economy.
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Three of Michael Killen’s painting are in the CA Gov’s office of planning and research.
Resilience by Michael Killen
(5×24) Size of original
Climate and Energy by Michael Killen
(6×15) Size of original
Sustainability by Michael Killen
(5×24) Size of original
‘Sec. George Shultz, working at the Hoover Institute promoted a tax on carbon and increased investments in energy efficiency, and distributed clean enery sources. And he suggested giving everyone who has a S.S. Card a rebate. Michael Killen is the artist who made the 6 x 15 foot painting.
The US Dept Commerce, US Dept Interior, NASA Ames, and Stanford are amoung the organizations that have displayed Michael Killen’s art their event, to help make their events a sucess.
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Michael Kilen made the painting ‘Extreme Weather’ 6 x 15 feet to remind us of the impact of greenhouses gases on weather and us. In the video Michael stares which organization’s climate plan he may paint next, after California’s Climate Plan.
Michael will compete the ‘Art of California’s Climate Plan’ Project, August 2018.
Michael Killen said, “Chris Field, the famed climate scientist, suggested I paint the present impact of climate change that everyone can see and feel.” The result is ‘Extreme Weather: Don’t Need an Elementry School Dip. , To Tell You Way the Weather Is Going’ (6 x 15 feet).
Michael is focusing on the six strategies of California’s Climate Plan. He welcomes comments and insights, to tell the story of these approaches. email@example.com.