PART 3: ENERGY SECURITY – THE GROWTH OF SOFT ENERGY SYSTEMS
The recent energy "crisis" in California triggered the worst
reflexes of many business and political leaders, who clamored for more
fossil fuel power plants and fewer environmental limits. With the
September 11th attacks has come the increased recognition that how we
make and distribute energy is nearly impossible to protect. The Rocky
Mountain Institute’s Hunter Lovins and renewable energy expert David Katz examine how these challenges present opportunities for dramatic shifts in energy production.
PART 4: LIGHT AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD – REINVENTING THE POETRY OF DIVERSITY
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