David Callaway’s sponsor is Michele Chaboudy, president of WACSC.
So much is necessary in reversing climate change. — taming extreme weather, preventing catastrophic ocean rise and securing a liveable planet. Many hope we can fully rely on cooperation among nations.
Not so fast, says journalist David Callaway, pointing out the hazard inherent in this idea: daunting, perhaps even futile, politics. He contends that we are better off putting our support directly into renewable technologies including carbon removal and storage; electric vehicles; and wind, solar and nuclear power.
David’s newsletter Callaway Climate Insights chronicles the people and companies behind such technologies, where politics is less important than results. And he’s ready to share his enthusiasm and insights with us.
David Callaway, an award-winning journalist and commentator, has his finger on the pulse of innovation, science and public policy. David is past editor-in-chief of USA Today; was a foreign correspondent for Bloomberg News; president of the Paris-based World Editor Forum, a group of international editors from 30 countries; editor of CBS MarketWatch in San Francisco; and CEO of TheStreet, Inc. in New York City. His aforementioned newsletter, Callaway Climate Insights, stays current with the people and companies around the world who are behind key new renewable technologies.
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