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By: Jane Hoffman, Michael Hoffman and Bill Clinton
Green will illustrate and shed new light on the gamut of issues associated with renewable energy, a topic whose importance increases exponentially with every temperature record-setting year. Jane and Michael Hoffman use their years of experience to explain the technological and economic future of this ecologically significant issue. They incisively explain its politics: what countries are doing right now and, most importantly, what the U.S. "should" be doing. "Green "will cut through the hype and polemics surrounding ecologically friendly technologies and present the unvarnished truth. It will guide the reader through the misinformation and confusion over global warming, and demonstrate the degree to which renewable energy can be part of the solution.
Foreword by Bill Clinton (tbc)
Introduction: Even Dogs Can See in Green
The Formula, Part One: Renewable Energy
Power to the People
Creating an Industry
Technologies that Don't Exist Yet
The Global Low-Carbon Economy
The Green Standard - Best Practices
Conclusion: The Green Economy
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Jane Hoffman is a nationally renowned policy expert on consumer issues and domestic policy and has acted as advisor on energy issues to all of the major Democratic 2008 US presidential candidates. She ran the Department of Consumer Affairs during the Giuliani administration, and has also worked as a Senior Producer at CNN. She serves as a Trustee of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and is a member of EMILY'S List Majority Council.
Michael Hoffman is Managing Director of Riverstone Holdings, LLC, where he manages the world's largest renewable energy fund. He specializes in global investments in renewable energy and power enterprises.
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