California’s Climate Plan #2 is “Reduce 50% Petroleum in Vehicles 2030.” In Part 2 of an interview for TV that will be released later this week, Joe Stagner, Exe. Dir. Sustainability and Energy Management, Stanford University; will help introduce the painting to the public. And, Jim Sweeney, Producer of the Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2018, at Stanford will display the work at the event June 21. He will also show two other Michael Killen 6 x 15 foot paintings that interpret tow more objectives of California’s Climate Plan.
In the interview, Joe Stagner helped me think how we can help California attain goal number #3 of its Climate Plan. That goal is: “Double the Energy Efficiency Savings in Existing Buildings.” Viewers who have other related interests that include how to reduce energy costs and emissions will find Joes’ experience valuable.
This TV show/Video is Part 1 of a two part interview.
The news crerates an opportunity for me to add that the Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2017 at Stanford (June) was first to present ‘Sec. George Shultz’s Climate and Energy Recommendation to the President’ (Trump) in the form of a 6 X 15-foot painting. A month earlier Shultz reviewed the painting and commented on how Trump would react to his plan.
The Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2018 at Stanford, at this time, will be the first event to present a series of paintings, I am making , on California’s Climate Change Plan.
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