Smart Factories and Energy Efficiency

Here’s a discussion on how smart factories and energy efficiency help company success while reducing carbon footprint.  The event was a breakout lecture at last summer’s Silicon Valley Energy Summit at Stanford University.

The speakers are Mark Johnson, U.S. Department of Energy and William Morrow III, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

These insights can be used to improve any factory anywhere… young people especially and those early in their careers might consider jobs in advanced, Lean, and green manufacturing.

High wage, high skill jobs in which to invest their working lives.

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Not sure where to start saving the planet (civilization, really)?  Our Thesis Statement is: “Start by deeply knowing your personal Superpowers: ” 

1) To save the planet, Change Yourself First;

2) Invest Your Working Life;

3) Use Your Voice and take advocacy seriously!  Never miss a chance to vote, and never ever stop influencing your government and all businesses locally, at the state level, and at the national level.  It’s on you to lead the way with global warming solutions.

And in all cases and at all times, cast aside the learned-helplessness that infects so much of modern life… the time is now for climate change solutions. 

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