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Global Warming and Nuclear Energy by Amory Lovins
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Energy expert Amory Lovins, Chair & Chief Scientist for the Rocky Mountain Institute testifies before the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming about the danger of relying on nuclear energy as a solution to global warming. Congressional Testimony 2007.

EarthSayer Amory Lovins
Date unknown Format Government
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection High Risk Energy Alternatives More Details
Vision Across Boundries and Understanding Connections
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Conversations host Harry Kreisler of the University of Berkeley welcomes Amory Lovins for a discussion of Natural Capitalism ( http://www.natcap.org/ ). Lovins explains the origins and mission of Rocky Mountain Institute ( http://www.rmi.org/ ) and analyzes the opportunities and benefits of using the profit motive to redesign the relationship between the environment and capitalism. Drawing on his thirty year career as an innovator and scientist, he analyzes the mechanisms by which ideas can impact business practice and government policy with the goal of sustaining the environment.

 

EarthSayer Amory Lovins
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