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Episode 1. Will Michael Moore’s Movie Influence Thinking of Replacing Power Plants with Solar and Wind

Episode 1. Critical Solutions Needed to Slow Climate Change & Meet Energy Need. ‘Can Renewables Replace Power Plants”  (Alex Cannara and Ripu Malhotra). They tap into Moore’s upcoming movie “Planet of Humans.” This half-hour episode may persuade business, climate-action, energy, investors, … Continue reading

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Stanford University to Host Michael Killen’s ‘Sustainable California Art/Speaker Tour’, During Energy Summit 2014.

“Precourt Energy Efficiency Center at Stanford University’s Summit(s) http://peec.stanford.edu/events/2014/sves/index.php is a favorite of mine,” says Killen.  I learn a  lot, network with business and governments VIPs, and signup guests for my TV show. I will display seven paintings including ‘Don … Continue reading

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John Laird California Sec. Nat Resources and Michael Killen, Artist Spoke at NASA Ames

Secretary Laird  and Artist Michael Killen shared their remarks on climate change and the California drought at NASA Ames,  Feb 13. Both men stood in front of Killen’s paintings “Water Water Everywhere and Not a Drop to Drink”(8′ x 5′) … Continue reading

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Michael Killen Joins Legacy of California Artists Whom Have Made Prints at Smith-Andersen

 Michael Killen, the California artist who interprets challenges of our time, joined famed artists Nathan Oliveira, Sam Francis, Frank Lobdell and Harry Cohen to make prints at Smith-Andersen. Microsoft,  NASA Ames,  Save the Bay,  Stanford University, Sustainable Silicon Valley, City … Continue reading

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