Monthly Archives: April 2019

Choice between Impact of Climate Change and Nuclear Energy

  This interview with Dr. Alex Cannara helps us think clearly about the threats of climate change and nuclear energy.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Are Renewables Enough to Slow Climate Change?

The answer may surprise you. Michael Killen, Artist who leads in making sustainable art, and interviews for TV presents the question to Ripudaman Malhotra, CEO of Malhotra Energy Consultancy, SRI International and Fellow at the American Chemical Society. Co-author: A … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2019 to showcase Killen’s latest painting on energy efficiency

Posted in Cal Clean energy source, California Drought, California Energy Future, Jane C.S. Long, Burt Richter, Michael Killen, Ca. energy commission, CEC,, California Global Climate Action Summit, campus energy, district energy, energy efficiency, Electricity France, Stanford building efficiency, carbon emissions, climate, Climate art, energy policy, climate change, climate change art, climate change politics, climate energy solutions, Climate voters, CorporateArt, critical thinking, Decision making, Don Quixote, Don Quixote California, EDF, Education, education art, electric grid, energy event, energy event, climate change event, Stanford event, sponsorship opportunity, energy summit, environment, Events, energy events, climate events, event art, global warming, green investment, human rights, Leadership, management conferences, management speakers, market development, markets, message art, methane emissions, news, Ocean Acidification, PEGTV, broadcast, community TV, Access TV, talk TV, PG&E, Political, politics, public art, public speaking, science, social art, Speakers, Stanford Energy, STEAM, STEAM, Art Education,, strategy, strong art, sustaiability speaker, Sustainable America, Sustainablity, Uncategorized | Leave a comment