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Dec 22, 2008

Solving our energy problems and saving life on Earth will require reinventing the American economy in order to create and sustain a new wave of technological innovation.

Watch FLYP Media’s video interview with Daniel M. Kammen, in which he discusses how the world can work together to possibly save our planet from impending climate change.

"The scientific verdict on climate change is long-since decided: we
must act now, not in a decade, but now. The financial case has also
become clear: it is past time to create the new clean and low-carbon
energy economy…The Copenhagen Climate Council [in November and
December of 2009] is the right venue
at the right time to forge new
understanding of the opportunities to blend best science with
progressive economics to create new business opportunities that can
bring about the energy system we want, not just tinker with the one we
inherited."       – Daniel M. Kammen


In FLYP’s interactive infographic, see how the numbers stack up in the fight against global warming.


Daniel M. Kammen is the Class of 1935 Distinguished Professor of Energy
at the University of California, Berkeley, and the co-director of the
Berkeley Institute of the Environment. He was a coordinating lead
author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which
won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.
The focus of Kammen’s work is on the science and policy of clean,
renewable energy systems, energy efficiency, the role of energy in
national policy, international climate debates, and the use and impacts
of energy sources and technologies on development, particularly in
Africa and Latin America. He has published five books, over 200 journal
articles and 30 research reports. 

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Please view and review, with opinion, and commentary this website. http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/1_A_Manhattan_Project/ It professes to have some of the answers we’re looking for on Global Warming, Droughts, and Sea level mitigation. Feel free to comment and join/subscribe and bring your 2 cents.

Al Soto
Jan 9, 2009