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Entries by Matthew Dakotah from 06/2011

Women In Power: Carol Browner Speaks for First Time Since Leaving Post as White House Energy Czar

| Posted 06.20.2011 | Green

"With climate change, my generation runs the risk of giving to subsequent generations a problem they won't be able to solve."

Women In Power: Trae Vassallo, Silicon Valley Visionary, is Changing the World One Greentech Startup at a Time

| Posted 06.21.2011 | Green

"Right now, your utility bill is almost as bad as your taxes. I keep imagining saying 20 years from now, 'I can't believe we ever lived in a time where we had no transparency into how we used our energy.'"

Women In Power: Susan Hockfield, MIT President, on Women in Science, Revolutionary Technologies, Why U.S. Policies Must Change

| Posted 06.22.2011 | Green

"It would be a tragedy if we were to go from buying oil from unstable and perhaps undependable nations to buying technology from unstable and possibly undependable nations..."

Women In Power: Vivienne Cox, Former BP Executive, Says 'Climate Change Is Real -- We Are Still Not Taking It Seriously Enough'

| Posted 06.23.2011 | Green

"Unless there was good business to be done in solving the problem of climate change, then climate change wouldn't be solved."

Women In Power: How Lisa Jackson, A Young Girl From New Orleans, Became The First African American To Lead The EPA

| Posted 06.24.2011 | Green

"There simply is no truth to the idea that we have to choose between a clean environment, healthy air and a thriving economy."

Women In Power: Annemarie Goedmakers, The Woman Who Brings Light To The Darkest Corners Of Africa

| Posted 06.25.2011 | Green

"Imagine women giving birth at night with an oil lamp, and then giving birth with electric light."

Women In Power: Ann Marie Sastry Races To Create Next-Gen Batteries -- Khosla And GM Bet She Can Win

| Posted 06.26.2011 | Green

Sastry says the energy density of batteries must double "if we're to have a serious impact on the market with electric vehicles." That translates to twice the range, or "doubling the size of your electric gas tank."