Stanford Displayed ‘Methane Joins Carbon Emissions to Boil Planet’ at its Energy Summit 2015

Stanford displayed Michael Killen’s  ‘Methane Joins Carbon Emissions from Under the Oceans to Boil Planet’ (15 x 6 foot) painting at its Energy Summit 2015. Four hundred persons attended this event, June 25.  Jim Sweeney, Director of the Precourt Energy Efficiency Center at Stanford told the audience that it needs to study Michael’s art.

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The painting  is the second  of three significant and under reported developments created by carbon and methane emissions that are part of the film project Dire Consequences: Send in the Clowns.  The first dire consequence painting is ‘Carbon Emissions Join with Sea Water to Destroy the Sea Food Change, also (15 x 6 feet.) Both the US Department of Commerce and the United States Geological Survey which is part of the Department of Interior have displayed that painting at their events.

Shortly Michael will announce the name of the third dire consequence that will be featured in the film. Michael@killen.com for persons who want to discuss helping to make the film a success.

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Provided message-art to the US Dept. Commerce, Dept. Interior, NASA, Gov. CA. Microsoft, Stanford University and other organizations to help them share their climate, energy and sustainability messages, published 100 market research reports, and assisted 700 leaders worldwide share their messages on social media and TV. Michael is the author of five published books, and also the artist who created the Inflation Reduction Series of paintings.
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