Amory Lovins and Wes Jackson both launched their big ideas in 1976, the first about energy and the second about agriculture. At this year’s Prairie Festival in Kansas, they smacked up against Bill McKibben description of the immediacy of climate change.
Colorado’s PUC commissioners were told they must get ready for rapid adoption of electrified transportation—but also take steps to accelerate the adoption.
Amory Lovins in 1976 argued for sweeping changes in energy. Many of them are finally coming about. But can we change directions soon enough to avert disaster?
Rocky Mountain Institute rethinks energy in small office buildings and hopes to be a model for small office buildings across the United States.