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Annual Conference of The CLUB OF ROME 2016 in Berlin

Interviews from the attendees of the Annual Meeting of the Club of Rome, in Berlin, November 2016. Hunter Lovins was in attendance.

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23 February, 2017| OECD Conference| Leading for WellBeing

L. Hunter Lovins "Leading for WellBeing" (Download PDF Slideshow Here) Please contact info@natcapsolutions.org for the powerpoint slides.

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DOE Releases New Data and Resources on Energy Efficiency Opportunities

The U.S. Department of Energy has recently released a new series of materials sharing the energy efficiency potential of six major pathways to energy and carbon savings that states and local governments can use to meet their clean energy goals. These materials show that energy efficiency could save consumers and businesses more than 1 billion [...]

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9 April 2015 | Amherst, MA | University of Massachusetts

L. Hunter Lovins: "Your Future in the Anthropocene" (Download PDF Slideshow Here) Please contact info@natcapsolutions.org for the powerpoint slides.

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Turning Passion into Action

Commute Matters NCS Interns: Where Are They Now Series  My internship at Nat Cap was the first step in turning a passion for environmental stewardship into a new career.  The very talented Nat Cap staff worked side by side with interns, treating us as colleagues, to produce their research and many consulting and [...]

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11 November 2014 | Zion National Park, Utah | Xanterra Sustainability & Engineering Conference

L. Hunter Lovins: "Legendary Hospitality With a Softer Footprint" (download slides)

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23 October 2014 | New York, NY | AIGA Gain Conference

L. Hunter Lovins: "Design For a New Economy" (Download PDF Slideshow Here) Please contact info@natcapsolutions.org for the powerpoint slides. Video courtesy of AIGA

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September 2014 | Boulder, CO | University of Colorado

L. Hunter Lovins: "Why We Marched" (Download PDF Slideshow Here) Please contact info@natcapsolutions.org for the powerpoint slides. Related YouTube video: Why We Are Winning: Hunter Lovins

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28 August 2014 | Hannover, Germany | Wuppertal Institute | Decoupling Human Wellbeing from Resource Consumption

L. Hunter Lovins: " Decoupling: Key to Creating an Economy in Service to Life" (Download PDF Slideshow Here) Please contact info@natcapsolutions.org for the powerpoint slides.

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Why George Monbiot is Wrong: Grazing Livestock Can Save the World

Cow in a field The Guardian L. Hunter Lovins 19 August 2014 L Hunter Lovins: George Monbiot’s recent criticism of Allan Savory’s theory that grazing livestock can reverse climate change ignores evidence that it’s already experiencing success inn his recent interview with Allan Savory, the high profile biologist and farmer who argues that properly managing grazing [...]

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