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A Revolution for the 21st Century: America Needs Clean Energy Innovation and Needs it Now

November 17th, 2010

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In 1969—when UCLA Professor Leonard Kleinrock sent the first Internet message from his laboratory—and for years after, companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon and Netflix were not even imaginable. Back then, DARPA, NIST, FCC and NASA were the drivers of the nascent Internet.

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A Carbon Price is a Bet America Needs to Make

May 26th, 2010

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This piece was originally posted on Huffington Post.

China today is driven by one number: eight. That’s the annual percentage growth in GDP China needs to lift the more than one-third of its population still mired in poverty into the middle class. That’s 600 million people in a country of 1.3 billion.

And how does China plan to do this?

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Why the Road to Clean Energy Goes Through Little Rock

December 16th, 2009

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Originally published on The Huffington Post

The only story that has been able to distract from Tiger Wood’s personal life this past week has been what is happening in Copenhagen. The tally thus far:

193 nations in attendance,

Over 250 protestors arrested

Zero agreements.

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