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WHO WINS AND WHO LOSES AS THE WORLD GOES GREEN?

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Bill Gates on Innovation
Posted on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 by Gary Schwendiman
Bill Gates on Innovation Source: CNBC In The Future of Clean Energy, I invoked Bill Gates as a man to watch if you want to know what the smart guys are doing. Specifically, I suggested that the fact that Gates is in favor of nuclear power and has significantly invested in it should be a word to the wise. Last month, Gates founded the Breakthrough Energy Coalition (http://www.b-t.energy/), a large, ..
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Outgoing Secretary of State John Kerry Backs Nuclear Energy
Posted on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 by Gary Schwendiman
Outgoing Secretary of State John Kerry Backs Nuclear Energy Copyright: palinchak/bigstock.com (http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-137483507/stock-photo-us-secretary-of-state-john-kerry) As we move toward a change of government, and as certain voices deny that global warming is even an issue of concern, something very remarkable has just happened. Too often, news headlines about clean energy focus on wind and solar, stumbling over a ..
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Might Trump’s Presidency Be Good for Clean Energy?
Posted on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 by Gary Schwendiman
Might Trump’s Presidency Be Good for Clean Energy? There’s no doubt about it, the election results signal major changes, and not necessarily predictable ones. Those of us in the Clean Energy space are, of course, concerned (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2016/11/09/trump-victory-reverses-u-s-energy-and-environmental-priorities/?utm_term=.a27e14b4c8f2) that Mr. Trump (https://twitter.com/rea ..
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A Fourteen-Minute TED Talk Summarizes the First Half of My Book
Posted on Tuesday, November 15, 2016 by Gary Schwendiman
A Fourteen-Minute TED Talk Summarizes the First Half of My Book TED talks (https://www.ted.com) are a new concept for me. I’m of the generation that finds out about them because one of my kids—or even grandkids—forwarded me a link. But I have to say, I’m impressed with the idea of a nonprofit organization that is devoted to spreading ideas, to giving people who have good ideas a stage from which to present them, ..
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