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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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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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Can Thorium Solve Climate and Ocean Change-Tuesday Mar. 13 at Stanford

Speaker Alex Cannara PhD  PENNINSULAR. GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY  Diner Meeting / Talk register at  diggles.com/pgs.  Cannara’s thougths on France’s Climate Plan at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrGYGeOHK24 .  

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Anchor Paintings Added to ‘California’s Climate Plan

Michael Killen added ‘Resilience of America’ and ‘Sustainability’ to the series of paintings he is making to provide a new view of California’s Climate Plan. ‘Resilience of America’ (5 x 24 feet) Michael Killen ‘Sustainability’ (5 x 24 feet) Michael … 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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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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