IPPC Leader Next to Share Climate Message in Don Quixote Space

Chris Field, IPCC Co-Chair, Working Group II, will share his climate message on stage with Quixote—15×6 foot painting ‘Don Quixote Meets Climate Change’, at the event “Art, Politics and Science Meets Climate Change”; Media Center, 900 San Antonio Rd, Palo Alto, , Sunday, July 20, 1–3 pm. Other leaders who have also tapped into the Quixote story include: John Laird, Secretary Natural Resources California; Jim Sweeney, Director, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center at Stanford; and Steve Hipskind, Chief, Earth Sciences, NASA Ames. Anna Eshoo, Congresswomen, will also do that on July 20.

About Michael Killen, Media Consultant With Global Reach -TV, Radio and Internet

Michael Killen runs a media consulting company based in Silicon Valley, Killen & Assocoates. He and his team have published 400 market research studies and a dozen white papers; produced 600 TV and radio interview show, wrote six books, keynoted many business events around the world, and shared his rermarks at colleges and universities in the China, UAE, and US. He is the artist who made "Sustainability", for NASA; and "Resilience of America", "Don Quixote Fights Sea Level Rise" and "Water Water Every Where and Not a Drop to Drink." Three of his works are displayed in Gov. Jerry Brown's Office of Planning and Research. Contact Michael@killen.com if you have an important and challenging project. Michael hosts the syndicated TV talk show 'The Killen Report' and the KZSU Stanford Radio 90.1 FM show, 'Michael Killen Radio.'
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