Two Bay Area Political Leaders Share What They Learned

Michael Killen, Talk Show Host and Artist asks Pat Burt, FMR Palo Alto, and Bill Widmer, Vice Mayor of Atherton what can they share with other political leaders, to help them help their communities.

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Guests Who Want to Share Their Climate/ Energy Solution Message On TV/Radio

The next two dates and places Michael Killen, who heads the Connect to Califonia’s Climate Plan Service will produce interviews for TV/Radio shows will be: Thursday August 2,  at the Media Center, Palo Alto;  and, Sat. Aug 4 at the Marin TV, San Rafael.

Eighty TV stations have attained a license to broadcast the show.  Michael’s team also posts the show is on YouTube and podcast platforms.

To discuss this opportunity please contact michael@killlen.com.

 

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‘Methane Joins Carbon, to Boil the Planet” Added to CA’s Climate Plan Art and Media Project

Michael Killen, the former publisher of 400 business bus. opportunity studies, has added “Methane Joins Carbon, to Boil the Planet” (6 x 15 ft) to his Connect to CA’s Cliamte Plan Art and Media Project. The mission of the project includes providing art that helps other organizations associate their solutions with the  climate plan of the sixth largest ecconomies. The painting is added to the “Reasons for Climate Plans-Threats” category. Original art or prints available for events, offices or homes.

RWolf_20150405_4934-2(3)Michael Killen’s 6 x 15 ft ” Methane Joins Carbon, To Boil the Planet’

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Dennis McGinn, Assistant Sec.US Navy (center) Stanford’s Jim Sweeney (rt).

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‘Impact of Climate On People’ Added to CA’s Climate Plan Art and Media Offering

Michael Killen announced he has added  the painting “Impact of Climate Change” 4 x 6ft to his CA’s Climate Plan Art and Media Project.

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‘Stanford’s Climatologist, Steve Schneider (late), and on the right with  Michael Killen; and his painting. RWolf_20180629_8374-Edit

Stanford displayed the painting at its annual Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2018.

 

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‘Beginning After the End’ (of Our Civilization) Added to ‘Connect to CA’s Climate Plan’

Michael Killen added the 5 x 6 ft painting ‘Beginning After the End’ to his project “Connect to CA’s Climate Plan’s section “Need for the Plan (Threats) section. The two other categories are Goals of the Plan,  and Solutions\Strategies.

Michael envisioned that green house gases and climate change could end it for our civilization. And, if that happens, some time in the future another civilization will emerge. We can see what the new cave people might find on our walls.

This painting by Michael Killen was first shown at Stanford University.

Prints of this painting are available. Michael@killen.com.

'Beginning After the End' (6 x 5 feet)

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‘Gone W. the Wind Is the Electic Grid’ Added to Connect to CA’s Climate Plan

The art of the Connect to CA’s Climate Plan contains three categoies. They are: Need for the Plan (the Threats), Goals of the Plan and Solutions.  ‘Gone With the Wind Is the Electric Grid’ is now in the Need for the Plan (the Threats) section.

Grid - Full Image‘Gone With the Wind Is the Electric Grid’ (6 x 15ft) 2016 Michael Killen

First shown at a US Federal Gov. event. Second showing was at an event at Stanford University. The entire deliverable of Connect to CA’s Climate Plan consists of a) access to 14 paintings for use at events and for sponsorship opportunities; b) opportunity to share your climate/energy message on Michael Killen’s TV/Radio show “The Killen Report”.

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If You Want to Speak or Exhibit at the Stanford’s Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2019 Best to Contact Jim Sweeney Now

Four hundred people, including many VIPs, attended the SVES 2018, on June 21, at Stanford. Three organizations initiate business discussions with me. You can reach Jim Sweeney, the head of the annual that the heavies attend, by contacting his assistant at amna@stanford.edu.

That is Jim Sweeney on the right looking toward the camera.  That is me on his  left, and my 6 x 20 ft. painting in the background. The painting is Safeguard California’. Safeguard California is Goal # 6 of the state’s climate plan.

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