You likely have heard the stories of the bankruptcies of Solyndra, Fisker Automotive and Evergreen Solar, heard about the green tech funds on Sand Hill Road that just didn’t deliver and the less than rosy stock prices of clean energy companies that actually made it to an IPO … So is green investing dead? This… Read More »
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Aimée Christensen is Special Adviser to the United Nations Secretary-General’s High-Level Group on Sustainable Energy For All, supporting the development of projects and programs advancing the Sustainable Energy For All objectives: doubling the rate of energy efficiency, doubling the global share of renewable energy, and building universal access to modern energy services for the world’s 1.5 billion people who are without.
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This blog originally appeared on June 21, 2009, Father’s Day. I am re-posting it in remembrance of my father who passed away peacefully early morning on January 25, 2012. Please also see my November 6, 2011 blog on http://www.aimeechristensen.com honoring my father’s ability to see ahead our current economic situation and make recommendations for righting… Read More »
An open and honest conversation about America’s energy needs is long overdue. Today the President began that conversation, and so now is the time for each of us to weigh in with our priorities: for saving money and creating jobs, for health and a clean environment, and for national security. With unrest in the Middle… Read More »
One minute at TED: Valuing what matters. As inspired by polar explorer Paul Nicklen, a leopard seal, and David BrooksMarch 6, 2011
A talk by Aimee Christensen on March 4, 2011. At TED 2011, TED curator Chris Anderson offered attendees the chance to share on the final day a one-minute response to any of the TED talks we heard this week. I was so inspired by the connectedness to nature I felt when polar photographer Paul Nicklen… Read More »