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Charlie Rose – Economic Slowdown / Amory Lovins (July 15, 2008)
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Amory Lovins Environmentalist:
Today we have a temporary aberration called “industrial capitalism” which is inadvertently liquidating its two most important sources of capital.. the natural world and properly functioning societies. No sensible capitalist would do that.Amory Lovins - Economy - Challenges - Environmental
Many business leaders are asking fundamental questions about what business they’re in, why they are doing it and how it can be used as a means of healing human and natural...Read Full Story
Reinventing Fire is Amory Lovins’ new TED talk on a smart 50 year energy plan. He shows how the US (and Canada) can choose to save $5 trillion, improve national security, increase jobs, reduce carbon emissions, and stop subsidizing its enemies by getting off oil and coal. How? Conserve, and switch to renewables, on a very large scale. It’s inspiring, credible, persuasive, smart and packed with data. How many people know, for example, that there is now more renewable electricity generation in...Read Full Story
Amory Lovins is temporarily at Stanford University, teaching classes and giving lectures on sustainability. He recently gave a series of public lectures as part of Stanford's Public Lecture Series titled "Advanced Energy Efficiency: Concepts and Practice". I was able to attend the first session in this lecture series. Amory discussed the inefficiency of buildings (focused mostly on the US market). he explained that buildings consume 40% of all carbon-based energy use - far more than...Read Full Story
In Natural Capitalism, three top strategists show how leading-edge companies are practicing “a new type of industrialism” that is more efficient and profitable while saving the environment and creating jobs. Paul Hawken and Amory and Hunter Lovins write that in the next century, cars will get 200 miles per gallon without compromising safety and power, manufacturers will relentlessly recycle their products, and the world’s standard of living will jump without further...Read Full Story
Amory Lovins in the chairman and chief scientist at the Rocky Mountain Institute. He describes the Rocky Mountain Institute as a "think and do tank". Amory Lovins has written several books including Winning the Oil Game. He is best known for his work on sustainability in building design and transportation.