Monthly Archives: December 2009

The ‘Copenhagen Climate Consensus’ is Half-Cocked

Stephen Harper, Intel’s global director for Environment and Energy Policy blogs from Copenhagen for National Journal. Riding around Copenhagen these last two weeks it has been hard to miss all the bloviating billboards proffering particular views of whether climate change … Read more >

Intel Joins to Support Access to Energy Information in Copenhagen

Stephen Harper, Intel’s global director for Environment and Energy Policy: “Information is power. In the case of energy efficiency, experience has shown that when consumers have visibility to how much they spend on energy, and can see how their daily … Read more >

ICT’S Climate Solution Role Highlighted In Copenhagen

Stephen Harper, Intel’s global director for Environment and Energy Policy blogs from Copenhagen for National Journal. The “COP 15″ climate negotiations in Copenhagen is now half completed and the ultimate outcome still is far from clear. Many issues remain to … Read more >

Videos: Excellent Discussions from Innovation Economy Conference

We have captured for you the compelling discussions from a day and a half of speeches and panels all focused on innovation. View discussions on education, science, innovation and climate policy, U.S. competitiveness and the next big idea. Also, after … Read more >

A Good Friend Is Hard To Lose

My friend Leslie loved to quote from the famous Flannery O’Connor short story, A Good Man Is Hard To Find, where towards the end, the Misfit (an escaped convict) says of the Grandmother: “She would have been a good woman … Read more >