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Energy for Tomorrow - Carlo Rubbia Plans for the Future
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Carlo Rubbia, Physics Nobel Laureate in 1984, is examining sustainability in the context of global energy supplies. Rubbia is the Scientific Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies on Sustainability in Potsdam, Germany. The IASS was founded in 2009 by Klaus Topfer, former head of the UN Environmental Program. Rubbia wants to collate research results from across the world to develop a new strategy on energy. The objective: the sustainable generation, transfer and storage of energy. Photo Credit: Green Prophet1 via Flickr.

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12:41PM PST on Nov 11, 2014

Live long and prosper

1:42PM PDT on Oct 14, 2012

I mean more clean, substainable energy; not drill baby drill.

1:41PM PDT on Oct 14, 2012

I wish the US would engage in more new energy developement.

4:18AM PDT on Oct 14, 2012

Thanks so much.

8:39AM PDT on Oct 13, 2012

good to knwo

3:04AM PDT on Sep 15, 2012

Thank you

10:22AM PDT on Jul 17, 2012


2:26PM PDT on Jul 15, 2012

we need to swtich to 80 or 90 percent solar wind geothermal and no-dam hydroelectrics and phase out coal and nuclear power.

7:07AM PDT on Jul 15, 2012

I hope this can happen. Thank you.

10:00AM PDT on Jul 14, 2012


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