Monthly Archives: February 2010

The European Union Takes the Next Step in Realizing the Energy Efficiency Potential of ICT

As climate cognoscenti undoubtedly know, Europe has pledged itself to meet a goal of reducing both EU climate emissions and energy consumption by 20 percent by 2020. Certainly the European Union has set itself more ambitious targets in the carbon … Read more >

Be Engaged, not Entertained, by the National Healthcare Debate

I’ve been sneaking in and out of meetings all day to catch snippets of the President’s “Healthcare Summit” (insert flying graphics and dramatic theme music here!) with Congressional members at Blair House. Colleagues in D.C.—some of them in the actual … Read more >

Flemish Government delegation visiting Intel Headquarters

On February 16th, a government delegation from Flanders (a region within Belgium) lead by its Minister President Kris Peeters and the Minister for innovation, Ingrid Lieten, visited Intel’s headquarters as part of a 5 day tour of California. The Ministers … Read more >

Healthcare Reform: We Can’t Wait for Washington

“Well, I guess you are done blogging since healthcare reform is dead now?”   Ouch! This comment came from a friend—from someone who says he actually likes some of my blogs and is eager for healthcare reform to happen. But … Read more >