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

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8 Silicon Valley Leaders Shared Their Climate Energy Message in front of Killen’s “Stanford” Painting

Photographed Above: Joe Stagner, Dr. Katharina Powers, Owner, Art Ventures Gallery (Menlo Park, CA), and Michael Killen. The presenters included: Michael Killen, Artist, Talk Show Host and former publisher of market research studies Joe Stagner, Executive Director, Sustainability & Energy Management, Stanford University  Jan … Continue reading

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Advisors Who Helped Michael Killen Make ‘Energy and Emissions’ (6 x 15′)

Michael Killen’s Advisors Are: Burton Richter, PhD, Chief Scientist Harry Cohen, Chief Artist Advisor Ripudaman Malhotra, SRI Fellow and Co-author, “A Cubic Mile of Oil” Robert Green, PhD, Board Member, Thorium Alliance of Silicon Valley Alex Cannara, PhD, Board Member, … Continue reading

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Michael Killen ‘s 2015 New Year Predictions Ocean Change, Congress Change & More

Michael Killen said that, in 2015, we will hear carbon emissions cause both climate and ocean change and they will eventually cause Congress Change. (He did not discuss what he’d say with USGS officials.) He also said we will continue to … Continue reading

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