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Killen’s Painting “Stanford’s Smart Energy Campus” (6ftx15ft) now at the University

Michael interpreted Stanford’s district energy system to serve as an example for other organizations that want to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, energy and water costs, and usage. The painting is presently on display in Stanford’s Central Energy Facility. To see that … Continue reading

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US Gov to Display Painting Inspired by Carbon Emissions Threat to Ocean Food Chain

NASA Ames and Stanford’s Precourt Energy Efficiency Center and Woods Institute for Environmental Studies have usually been first to display Michael Killen’s new paintings that have included ‘Sustainablity’ (24 x 5 ft), ‘Resilience (of America)’ (24 x 5 ft), ‘Don … Continue reading

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Stanford First to Join Don Quixote to Climate Change Battle

  James Sweeney, Director, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, Stanford; made the  decision to provide Michael Killen, Artist a platform at the Energy Energy Summit 2014.  start a campaign, to help increase awareness of climate change by telling the Don Quixote story. … Continue reading

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