For years, the American people have been clamoring to end oil dependence on unstable parts of the world, with limited success. How can we build a fuel-choice economy—not more warships and tankers in the Middle East?
Instead of world leaders having a high-level discussions about saving people and planet, what if we create a forum for people at the bottom of the pyramid collaborate with hundreds of entrepreneurs to develop new business models?
Thoughts from the chief innovation advisor for the World Bank on how localized innovations scale—calling for a nuanced way to think about scale and a more sophisticated understanding of how ideas and innovations spread.
The People's Climate March was a massive step towards a global energy revolution, but there are lessons to be learned from Einstein that can shape how entrepreneurs can lead the way in bringing renewable energy solutions to reality.