PWCS-TV (Virginia) Latest Community Station to License ‘The Killen Report’

With the addition of the PWCS-TV station, 100 community stations in the United States have the right to broadcast the talk show that appeals to local communities. The show is also available on radio and the Internet.

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Michael Moore’s New Movie May Influence Market for Renewable Energy and Climate Change Action-Now Strategies

Michael Killen, Talk Show Host, asks two leading energy analysts — Alex Cannara and Ripu Malhotra, to respond to reports about Moore’s upcoming movie “Planet of Humans.” This half-hour episode of “The Killen Report”, that specualtes on the direction of the movie, may persuade viewers and listeners to alter their investments in energy companies and climate change action-now strategies.

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The Curious Child and NASA

Remarkable child takes on an adult-size project that commemorating NASA’s most important accomplishments and over 70 adults contribute to the project and NBC puts her on the NEWs.

Here Michael Killen, talk show host, and artist who made the painting “Sustainability” (5 Ft x 24FT at the request of NASA interviews Karianna.

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Climate Change Threathens Florida’s Future

Johnathan Kleid, a talk show host and Michael Killen has studied the causes and impact of climate. Kleid asks about how the GOP controlled state views the threat of climate change. (After the release of this show viewers, especially Trump supporters have called and said they recognized that the climate is changing. And, they added, “when we know the cause we’ll know what to do about it.” Progress. Director, Carl W. Laur, Marin TV.

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Two of Michael Killen’s Works Reside at Stanford University

Killen’s painting ‘Stanford Smart Energy Campus’ (6FT x 15Ft) is at Stanford Energy and Sustainability Dept. That department also displays a 10FT long print of Killen’s ‘Resilience of America’.

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‘How Michael Bloomberg’s $Half Billion Donation Will Be Invested, to Shut Down Last Coal Plants in US’, at Marin TV, San Rafeal, CA Sat. July 13.

Killen Report show with guest Alex Cannara will answer that question. Show will be released to Radio, TV stations, and the Internet.

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Menlo Park, CA Hotspot: Cafe Barrone; to Host’s All Wecome Reception for Killen’s ‘Search for a Climate Solution Art’ Tuesady July 9, 5:30PM- 7:30PM

Roy Barrone said, “I’m again proud to display Michael’s art in my cafe. He’s helping us see why we and the rest of the world need to prepare for climate change.” Killen said, “I’d honored by Roy’s invitation.”

Diane Bailey, Exe. Dir. Menlo Spark said, “We are pleased to help sponsor this event. We’re inviting leaders of the communiy to this early evening event.

Killen will display six paintings- several of which have already been shown at Standord events. They include ‘Stormy Weather’ (6 X 15 FT), a print of (Stanford’s) painting – “Stanford Smart Energy Campus” (6 X 15FT).

Joe Stagner, Stanford Executive who developd the plan for the university’s smart grid is expected to be present, to answer questions about how the system reduces greenhouse gas emisions, energy and water costs.

MenloSpark is a nonprofit collaboration of local government, businesses, and residents helping Menlo Park become climate neutral by 2025 as we advance community prosperity, economic vitality, and strong civic heritage.

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7 Stanford Students Jump In Front of Michael Killen’s Paintings at the University

Killen’s painting ‘Stanford Smart Energy Campus’ (6 x 15 Ft) resides at Stanford.

The painting was loaned by another Stanford organization for the Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2019 also at the university.

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Menlo Park, CA, June 6, 2019 — Killen & Associates announced that three organizations will show Michael Killen’s art including the Menlo Park hot spot, Cafe Barrone, Stanford University’s Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2019, and the Stanford Department of Sustainability and Energy Management. The art is part of  Killen’s Search for a Climate Solution collection.

Katharina Powers, Director of Art Ventures Gallery said, “Three showings at the same time is because Michael’s work is highly relevant.”

Cafe Barrone features “Stormy Weather” (6x15ft) and six other Killen paintings from June 10 – July 21. The Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2019, at Stanford, on June 21, in the Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center will feature Killen’s Stanford’s Smart Energy Campus (6 ft x15 ft).  The Stanford Dept. of Sustainability and Energy Management will continue to display Killen’s Resilience of America (4ft x 10ft).
Killen is a message artist. 

Other organizations that have displayed his climate change and energy paintings include Art Ventures Galley of Menlo Park, and the governments of the town of Atherton, California, County of Santa Clara, the City of Palo Alto, Microsoft’s Silicon Valley Research Center, Santa Clara University, NASA Ames’ Sustainable Silicon Valley, the US Department of Commerce and the US Department of the Interior, to name a few.

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Most Recent Talkshows from the “Search for Climate Solutions” Series

+Silicon Valley Energy Summit coming June 21, 2019 – What Attendees & Sponsors Can Expect –

+Choice Between Impact of Climate Change & Nuclear Energy –

+Are Renewables Enough to Slow Climate Change –

+Stanford’s Energy Leadership with Former Undersecretary US Dept. of Energy Dr. Franklin Orr –

+France’s Largest Energy Supplier Setting Up to Provide Solution to Slow Climate Change –

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