It can take a large war-time mobilization effort to successfully handle the local weather emergency, argues Saul Griffith — inventor, MacArthur genius fellow, CEO of Otherlab, and co-founder of Rewiring America, a company devoted to creating tens of millions of American jobs whereas combating local weather change.
So, what does a war-time mobilization effort seem like? How a lot will it value? Will we have now to make sacrifices within the course of? What does this shift imply for the way forward for utilities? And can politicians ever get on board? Griffith explains on this episode of Political Local weather.
Plus, he weighs in on the huge year-end spending invoice that handed in Congress this week and consists of vital local weather and clear vitality measures. If signed into legislation, will this laws put the U.S. heading in the right direction to attain deep decarbonization?
Rewiring America Handbook
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