Podcast
The climate change debate in America appears hopelessly stuck. If the US is to have any chance to break the stalemate, young people must get involved and force their voice to...
Part of Generation Hot, March 2011
Podcast
The ubiquity of food in the United States blinds the mind to a tragic fact: much of it is wasted. Exact numbers are elusive, but estimates suggest that at least a quarter and...
Part of American Wasteland, March 2011
Podcast
The utility-consumer relationship is primed for a fundamental overhaul. Armed with information, formerly passive consumers will take charge of their energy future, say a...
Part of People Power: Rethinking Electricity, January 2011
Podcast
Born before the Model T, revived and then extinguished a decade ago by GM, the electric vehicle is poised to dominate the global car industry, says this panel of...
Part of Horsepower: Accelerating EVs into the Fast Lane, January 2011
Podcast
Will a change in consciousness help us end our dependence on fossil fuels? Yes, according to well-known author and speaker Deepak Chopra and investor and entrepreneur Rinaldo...
Part of Deepak Chopra and Rinaldo Brutoco: Changing Energy, Changing Consciousness, September 2014
Video
Author George Marshall discusses how throughout evolution, our brains have been wired to respond to a variety of triggers in terms of risk or threat.  "The kinds of issues...
Part of Climate on the Brain, September 2014
Event
February 24th, 2014
Tim Koopman is a fourth-generation rancher; his family has been raising cattle on their ranch in Alameda County since 1918, and he now heads the California Cattlemen’s...
Podcast
Transitioning from fossil to solar power means jobs, profits and an energy renaissance. How can businesses and investors profit from the solar economy? Brad Mattson, CEO,...
Part of Creating Climate Wealth, September 2014
Video
"I think parents, it's hard to talk about climate change to kids because there's an apocalyptic dimension to it, it's catastrophic," says Dacher Keltner, psychology professor...
Part of Climate on the Brain, September 2014
Video
"The best new story is that there's a tremendous capacity for the United States to innovate in technology," said Arun Majumdar, professor of mechanical engineering at...
Part of Powering Innovation, September 2014
Video
David Crane, CEO of NRG, recently wrote a letter to his shareholders that was much different than typical shareholder letters.  "We had the idea that, you know, we should...
Part of Powering Innovation, September 2014
Video
Author George Marshall discusses how climate change as a narrative affects how our brains respond to the subject.  "None of us seek to cause harm through the things which...
Part of Climate on the Brain, September 2014
Video
Adam Lowry, co-founder and chief greenskeeper at Method Products, discusses how all sectors of industry, including his company, would benefit from a government role in...
Part of Powering Innovation, September 2014
Video
UC Berkeley psychology professor Dacher Keltner talks about how the part of our nervous system called the amygdala triggers stress and fight-or-flight behavior. "That's been...
Part of Climate on the Brain, September 2014
Video
Kate Fehrenbacher, reporter at GigaOm, discusses how startups are working to make energy efficiency and conservation more attractive to the American people.  "It's companies...
Part of Powering Innovation, September 2014
Podcast
Crude oil is riding the rails to East Bay refineries at an increasing rate. How can local communities safeguard themselves against potential disaster? John Avalos, Member,...
Part of Oil on Rails, October 2014
Speaker

Secretary, U.S. Navy

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus believes that the U.S. military can jump-start the clean energy revolution. Upon assumption of office and throughout his tenure, Mabus has...
Speaker

Founder, SunEdison; Co-Host, The Energy Gang

Jigar Shah unlocked a multi-billion dollar worldwide solar industry with a business model innovation, not a new technology. This model created SunEdison, the largest solar...
Speaker

CEO, Siva Power

Brad Mattson knows that energy is at the heart of reducing poverty ​and he sees a global business opportunity to make energy available everywhere. As CEO of Siva Power, he...
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Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Co-Director at the Precourt Institute for Energy, Stanford

Arun Majumdar is confident that efficient energy storage will change the game. That's just one aspect of his message as the Jay Precourt Provostial Chair Professor at...

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