Sustainable Silicon Valley Displays Michael Killen’s Don Quixote Art Series at West Summit

Sustainable Silicon Valley, at its West Summit 2014 event  Wed. 19, in Palo Alto, will display ‘Don Quixote Meets Climate Change’ and ‘Don Quixote Joins California in Battle with Sea Level Rise’,  as well  ‘Water Water Every and Not a Drop to Drink.’

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Michael Killen (left) and Rich Gordon, California Assemblyman who wrote legislation to help the state minimize impact of sea level rise.

John Laird, Secretary, Natural Resources California was first person to give a speech with one of Michael’s Don Quixote –a work in progress; and at a NASA Ames event. Jim Sweeney, Director, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, at Stanford, was first to introduce Don Quixote California Climate &  Energy Series to the public June 19, 2014.

About Michael Killen Helps Organizations Share Their Important Climate and Energy Action Message

Michael is committed to helping organizations share their climate action, energy, and sustainability solution message. He is the publisher of 400 business studies and marketing white papers, talk show host who helped 400 academics, artists, energy experts, environmentalists, government officials, and scientists share their message with Internet and TV audiences; and he is the artist who painted large-scale paintings that include California's Climate Plan,'Resilience',' Sustainability', and 'Safeguard Civilization. Contact him michael@killen.com.
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