Monthly Archives: November 2014

Microsoft, Official and Michael Killen, Artist Discuss Threats to Sustainability of the US

Above is Michael Killen’s ‘Don Quixote Meets Climate Change’ (15 x 6ft) that Stanford University  first showed at it’s Energy Summit 2014.  Michael has his own TV program, ‘Michael Killen On Sustainability’ speaks widely, and is presently focused on both … Continue reading

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Paul R. Ehrlich and Michael Killen: Impact or Carbon Emissions, Population and Unqualified Persons in Congress

Paul R. Ehrlich and Michael Killen discuss a wide range of topics including carbon emissions, population, lack of qualified person in Congress and water. Michael has, in his paintings and speeches,  joined Don Quixote to both Climate Change and Ocean … Continue reading

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SRI Fellow, “When We Discover Need to Stop Carbon Emissions Solar and Wind Won’t Be Enough”

Ripudaman Malhotra, who is also co-Author of “A Cubic Mile of Oil” says, “When you consider how little time we have to act to stop ocean acidification and warming that are destroying the base of the ocean food chain, and … Continue reading

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Ocean Change Needs to Be On Same Level as Climate Change, to Win

Artist and Filmmaker who made the painting ‘Don Quixote Meets Ocean Change & Fights Carbon Emissions” 15×6 ft. says, “I made the painting to raise the level of discussion and visibility of the threat of CO2 to the oceans. Those who … Continue reading

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California Artist Brings Attention to Ocean Change and CO2 Emissions

Michael Killen, Artist and Filmmaker says he made the (15 x 6 feet) painting ‘Don Quixote Meets Ocean Change & Fights Carbon Dioxide’ to help raise level of discussion of the treat of carbon emissions to all who depend on … Continue reading

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Ocean Change Joins Climate Change Narrative to Double-Team Congress

Michael Killen, Artist and filmmaker this week will release photos of his new painting ‘Don Quixote Meets Ocean Change & Fights Carbon Emissions’ (15 x 6 feet). The California artist located in Silicon Valley says he made the painting to … Continue reading

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Next Stop for ‘Don Quixote Meets Climate Change’- Sustainable Silicon Valley

The painting, shown above,  taps into the lore of Don Quixote,  to help bring new communities that may not have heard the climate change and greenhouse gas story to that story. Those communities include the Hispanic and Latino communities. Michael Killen, Artis … Continue reading

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