Renewable Energy

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A Conversation with T. Boone Pickens

Speaker: T. Boone Pickens
Presider: Frank W. Sesno

Watch T. Boone Pickens outline the future of U.S. energy policy and his campaign to promote the "Pickens Plan," which calls for increased use of domestic energy products such as wind and natural gas to lower U.S. dependence on foreign oil by more than fifty percent over the next ten years.

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A Conversation with T. Boone Pickens (Audio)

Speaker: T. Boone Pickens
Presider: Frank W. Sesno

Listen to T. Boone Pickens outline the future of U.S. energy policy and his campaign to promote the “Pickens Plan,” which calls for increased use of domestic energy products such as wind and natural gas to lower U.S. dependence on foreign oil by more than fifty percent over the next ten years.

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Op-Ed

The New Greens Like It Big

Author: David G. Victor
Newsweek

In this Newsweek article, David Victor writes that in all the bad economic news, a new face of green is emerging. The green view based on small sources and market power will give way to one based on scale and subsidies.

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Is Castro Right? The Prospects for Biofuel Development

Speakers: David J. Rothkopf and C. Ford Runge
Presider: Julia E. Sweig

Watch David Rothkopf, president and chief executive officer of Garten Rothkopf, and C. Ford Runge, distinguished McKnight university professor of applied economics at the University of Minnesota, discuss the potential impact of the increasing demand for biofuels on global energy and food security.

See more in Cuba; Energy Policy; Renewable Energy; Biotechnology

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Is Castro Right? The Prospects for Biofuel Development (Audio)

Speakers: David J. Rothkopf and C. Ford Runge
Presider: Julia E. Sweig

Listen to David Rothkopf, president and chief executive officer of Garten Rothkopf, and C. Ford Runge, distinguished McKnight university professor of applied economics at the University of Minnesota, discuss the potential impact of the increasing demand for biofuels on global energy and food security.

See more in Cuba; Renewable Energy; Biotechnology