Saul Griffith: Starting the Kitchen Table Climate Conversation

January 30, 2021

Continuing to dole out the climate solutions wisdom I’ve been gleaning in recent weeks.
Roadmap for a new administration.

Saul Griffith is a PhD from MIT and a MacArthur Genius.

2 Responses to “Saul Griffith: Starting the Kitchen Table Climate Conversation”

  1. Brent Jensen-Schmidt Says:

    In short. Step 1: Produce carbon free(ish) power.
    Step 2: Use it to the exclusion of carbon power.
    Any side or related issues, go for them anytime.

  2. rhymeswithgoalie Says:

    This is where the rubber meets the road.
    The control is in the hands of drivers (car-buyers) and homeowners, but the electric options can be more expensive than the traditional.

    Also, do you spend to replace FF appliances before their end-of-life?


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