The book that puts a perspective on global
energy innovation and why America must lead
About the authors
Woodrow W. Clark II, MA3, PhD, is one of the contributing scientists who were recipients of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for their work on the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. He is an author, serial entrepreneur, and consultant on sustainable communities who teaches at universities in the United States, the EU, and China.
Grant Cooke, MJ, is an award-winning journalist, college administrator, and a pioneer businessman in California's energy efficiency and energy renewable industries.
America is lagging beyond when it comes to sustainable energy solutions.
America is trailing other parts of the developed world in terms of its development of—and commitment to—renewable energy. Other industrialized nations are rapidly moving toward renewable energy generation. Not only are these countries becoming energy independent they are also building economies that will drive the next industrial revolution.
Global Energy Innovation gives you the real story on how other industrialized nations are moving toward carbon-neutral forms of renewable energy generation. Not only are these countries saving on energy they are also building economies that will drive the next "industrial revolution."