On KZSU Stanford Radio 90.1 FM My 2:15PM 7/18 Guest Was Exe Dir. of Minerva Ventures

Marianna Grossman shared her organization’s two related missions. They are to assist:1) governments and other organizations develop climate and resilient action plans, and  2) clean tech solution providers win customers.

 

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Princeton TV (NewJersey) Most Recent TV Station to Obtain License to Broadcast ‘The Killen Report’ TV Program

Princeton TV is a public access station providing TV programming service and other services  to the following communities:

Mercer County

  • Ewing Township
  • Hopewell Township
  • Hopewell Boro
  • Lawrence Township
  • Princeton
  • Trenton
  • West Windsor Township

Middlesex County

  • Cranbury Township
  • Plainsboro Township
  • South Brunswick Township

Sommerset County

  • Franklin Township
  • Hillsborough Township
  • Montgomery Townshi •Rocky Hill Township

How to watch Princeton TV

Princeton TV can be seen on Comcast Channel 30 in Princeton. Princeton TV can be seen on Verizon FiOS Channel 45 in all or a portion of the above towns:

@TVPrinceton

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Insights From Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2017 at Stanford

The annual Silicon Valley Energy Summit at Stanford is one of the more important events of its kind. In this segment of a TV program that will be released shortly to a nationwide TV network Michael Killen asks Lynn Orr, former Under Secretary for Science and Energy at the US Department of Energy from December 2014 to January 2017; and Alice C. Hill, Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution where she focuses on building resilience to destabilizing catastrophic events, including the impacts of climate change; what were the three most important issues discussed at one of the Summit events.

In the background is a painting that interpret Sec. George Shultz’s climate change and national energy recommendation to Congress and President.

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Michael will also shortly release his interview with Spencer Michels, long term PBS Correspondent. Killen.com.

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CA Artist Interpret Sec. George Shultz’s Climate and Energy Plan

Michael Killen, artist and  producer of the the syndicated TV show the The Killen Report said he interpreted Sec. George Shultz’s climate change and national energy plan, to help GOP policy makers and voters adopt a  policy that slows greenhouse gas emissions and at same time increases jobs, expands the economy, improves our  health and that of the environment.  “GOP Climate and Energy Plan” (6 x 15 feet) first appearance is at the Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2016 at Stanford June 23.


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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, Hoover Institution; former special assistant to the president and senior director for resilience policy for the National Security Council
  • Lynn Orr, emeritus faculty, Stanford; former undersecretary for science and energy, U.S. Dept. of Energy
  • Jonathan Pershing, program director—environment, Hewlett Foundation; former lead U.S. negotiator to U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change
  • and Liz Sherwood-Randall, former deputy secretary of energy, U.S. Dept. of Energy

I very much look forward to seeing you in just a few weeks. If you haven’t done so yet, please register and get more information at sves.stanford.edu.


James Sweeney, Director
Precourt Energy Efficiency Center

Michael Killen, Artist and Talk Show Host will present two timely paintings at the event:   ‘George Shultz’s Energy and Climate Plan’ (6 x 15 feet) and ‘Trump’s Plan to Make America’ Resilient’  (5 x 24 feet).

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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 Member, Silicon Valley Thorian Alliance; Elyse Dunnahoo, Artist and Entrepreneur; Alex Canara, Board Member, Silicon Valley Thorian Alliance; Steve Hams, Director North Silicon Valley, Citizen Climate Lobby; and Michael Killen, Host and Producer. Michael’s painting, in the back ground, will make its first appearance June 23 at the Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2017 at Stanford.

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Fifty TV Stations Broadcast ‘The Killen Report’ In the US

Michael Killen, Host and Producer of The Killen Report and interview show that has a mission of helping individuals and their organizations share their important messages via Public Education and Government (PEG TV), to community activists, and education and government leaders, across the US.  An important message would include new solutions to reduce green house gas emissions or drawing them down.

TV stations can go to PegMedia, Telvue Connect, or Vimeo to download shows for broadcast. Other parties can gain access to the shows at Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/c/ZeitgeistKillen .

Michael has produced show around the world. He welcomes suggestions for topics and guests. He mainly tapes in Palo Alto and San Rafael, both in California. He may produce interviews in Santa Cruz, CA  in July, and in New Jersey,  Sept., 2017.

Michael welcomers show ideas and potential guests.

Michael lives in Silicon Valley.

Michael@killen.com

 

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