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SF ART Exhibition Open 10/16 – 11/26, Reception 10/28/18 1:30pm. “Art of Michael Killen: Addressing Climate Change” 

Michael Killen makes corporate-size-statements that raise the level of discussion and thinking about climate change and solutions. Great organizations that include Microsoft, NASA, Stanford University, the US Dept of Commerce and US Dept of Interior have displayed his art at … Continue reading

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‘Gone W. the Wind Is the Electic Grid’ Added to Connect to CA’s Climate Plan

The art of the Connect to CA’s Climate Plan contains three categoies. They are: Need for the Plan (the Threats), Goals of the Plan and Solutions.  ‘Gone With the Wind Is the Electric Grid’ is now in the Need for the … Continue reading

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California’s Climate Plan Is Getting a New Look

The Government of California defines the shape and form of California Climate Plan—one of the most important public policies of our time. Michael Killen, Silicon Valley Artist, Syndicated TV Talk Show Host and Visiting Radio Host at Stanford (University) Radio … Continue reading

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Silicon Valley Energy Summit Takes Lead: “Energy and Environment in the Trump Administration.”

Friends, In these uncertain times, I am thrilled that the Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2017 will have a plugged-in keynote panel to help us understand “Energy and Environment in the Trump Administration.” The group consists of: Alice Hill, research fellow, … Continue reading

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High Tech Opportunity to Provide World with Clean Energy

Five members of Silicon Valley discuss the opportunity on The Killen Report TV show. (TV stations can obtain the show for broadcast at Telvue Connect or PegMedia.org.) Right to left: Ripudaman Malhotra, Global Energy Analyst and SRI  Fellow;  Robert Greene, Board … Continue reading

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Art Inspired Conversation of Global Energy Choices: Only In Silicon Valley

Only in Silicon Valley might we find art and an artist who prepares an audience for an insightful discussion of global energy choices. It happens August 28, 2015 at the Nature Gallery in Los Alto, CA. Michael Killen will share … Continue reading

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