Category Archives: Climate voters

Episode 1. Will Michael Moore’s Movie Influence Thinking of Replacing Power Plants with Solar and Wind

Episode 1. Critical Solutions Needed to Slow Climate Change & Meet Energy Need. ‘Can Renewables Replace Power Plants”  (Alex Cannara and Ripu Malhotra). They tap into Moore’s upcoming movie “Planet of Humans.” This half-hour episode may persuade business, climate-action, energy, investors, … Continue reading

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New Threat to the Ocean Food Supply: Interview with Ken Caldiera

Michael Killen, Artist and Filmmaker asks ocean researcher, Ken Caldiera,  who helped increase awareness of ocean acidification about threats to the ocean food chain. Michael refers to ocean acidification as ocean change. michael@killen.com Twitter  @killenmichael

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Michael Killen Art Engagement Schedule 2014

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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 … Continue reading

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Michael Killen to Display Paintings Inspired by Growth of Usage of Coal and Oil

‘Liberty Fused to Coal and Oil’ Michael Killen to display two paintings inspired by growth of usage of coal and oil. (He believes markets for fossil fuel will continue to grow.) Place: Jennings Pavilion, Holbrook- Palmer Park, Atherton, CA Date: Friday, … Continue reading

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IPPC Leader Next to Share Climate Message in Don Quixote Space

Chris Field, IPCC Co-Chair, Working Group II, will share his climate message on stage with Quixote—15×6 foot painting ‘Don Quixote Meets Climate Change’, at the event “Art, Politics and Science Meets Climate Change”; Media Center, 900 San Antonio Rd, Palo Alto, , … Continue reading

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