Painting Captures Carbon Emissions Threat to US Fishing and Seafood Industries & Congress’s Response

Michael Killen, America Artist  and Filmmaker, and former business think tank president said he made the ‘Don Quixote Meets Ocean Change’ (15 x 6 feet) painting that debuted at a US government agency recently,  to being attention to those who are dependent on the US fishing and seafood industries for their livelyhood and wealth that their industry will be first to be impacted adversely by ocean change that is caused by carbon emissions.

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In the painting, on the lower right,  shows Congress sitting on as anchor as Don Quixote and other persons try to destroy birth place of  carbon emissions.

Michael believes that if voters who are dependent on those industries discover that carbon emissions will destroy those industries, if left uncheck,  they will help create a Ocean Change Carbon Emissions Narrative that will help increase the number of persons in Congress who’ll vote to halt the deadly emissions.

Michael included Don Quixote in the painting because the errant knight  brings new communities of voters to the stop carbon emissions message.

About Michael Killen, TV Talkshow Host and Artist

Ask how I can help. Michael@killen.com. Michael comes from the corporate computer and the business research report publishing industries. He is author of six books, publisher of 400 business studies, and producer of 600 TV programs. He is also the artist who made "Sustainablity" (5 x 24 ft) for NASA. And, he made "Resilience of America In the Era of Trump" (5 x 24 ft) to be displayed June 23, 2017 at the Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2017 and at Stanford. He lives in Menlo Park, CA. Killen.com.
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