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On Top 10 Reasons You Won't See Me at the People's Climate March

Thanks for your comment, Robert. Perhaps if every one of the Climate Marchers took the money they spent on gas, air, rail, or other travel, and invested in alternative energy solutions through vehicles like Mosaic or Solar City, or community-based energy projects at home or in developing countries, they'd accomplish more.

September 21, 2014    View Comment    

On Top 10 Reasons You Won't See Me at the People's Climate March

Thanks for your comment, Robert. Perhaps if every one of the Climate Marchers took the money they spent on gas, air, rail, or other travel, and invested in alternative energy solutions through vehicles like Mosaic or Solar City, or community-based energy projects at home or in developing countries, they'd accomplish more.

September 21, 2014    View Comment    

On Top 10 Reasons You Won't See Me at the People's Climate March

Thanks, Hops, for your comment. I have no objection  to others marching. My post was about why I am not there with them.

 

September 21, 2014    View Comment    

On Is Cleantech a Dirty Word?

Always appreciate your commentary. Tha ks for reading and lending your voice. 

March 2, 2013    View Comment    

On Is Cleantech a Dirty Word?

Always appreciate your commentary. Tha ks for reading and lending your voice. 

March 2, 2013    View Comment    

On Patience and Focus for Advanced Materials

Thanks Mac. What can be done to open up the DOE and make them more transparent and accountable?

February 16, 2013    View Comment    

On Patience and Focus for Advanced Materials

Thanks, Jesse. I'm glad you found it inspirational and wish you all success.

February 16, 2013    View Comment    

On Patience and Focus for Advanced Materials

Wilmot (if I may call you that),

I live your idea for a patent wiki or searchable database. I thought the patent office or the DOE was thinking about or building something like that. If not, it's a great idea.

February 15, 2013    View Comment    

On Our Climate War: FRONTLINE's "Climate of Doubt"

Mk1313, I don't disagree with your assertions or your opinion about subsidies. I argue that subsidies are no longer necessary for fossil fuels or alternatives. R&D money is still needed, but the majority of technologies available today are good to go, assuming a level playing field.

I guess where we differ is in the question of whether reasonableness is disinformation or naivete. 

Thanks for commenting.

October 26, 2012    View Comment    

On Our Climate War: FRONTLINE's "Climate of Doubt"

Jesse, thanks so much your sharing your thoughts and very erudite commentary. I especially like " we have to tend the garden of discourse and discussion itself." I'll look forward to further dialogue and will seek out your other writings.

October 26, 2012    View Comment    

On Our Climate War: FRONTLINE's "Climate of Doubt"

 Just saw this in the current Economist, a review of Dieter Hall's book, "The Carbon Crunch: How We're Getting Climate Change Wrong--and How to Fix It," which looks right up my alley. Will order a review copy and have a look: http://www.economist.com/news/books-and-arts/21564815-climate-change-needs-better-regulation-not-more-political-will

 

October 25, 2012    View Comment    

On Our Climate War: FRONTLINE's "Climate of Doubt"

Like it?

Thanks, Paul. I'll check it out.

 

 
October 25, 2012    View Comment