What's Now: San Francisco

A conversation among innovators at
The Applied Innovation Exchange

425 Brannan Street, San Francisco CA

Highlights

Paul explains the inspiration behind, and origins of, Project Drawdown. No one know for sure what's going to happen, Paul says.

12:45
20:07

Paul presents a smattering of the top 100 solutions to global warming, including their rankings and costs.

22:50
30:05

Not only is this the most comprehensive plan to reverse global warming ever proposed—it's also the first.

37:05
43:32

According to Drawdown's modeling, food represents 8 out of the top 20 solutions to global warming. Energy represents 5 of the top 20.

43:35
50:00

Paul explains why "Is there a business case for this?" isn't the right question to ask.

61:00
64:21

Why Paul isn't overly worried about Trump's climate policies (hint: it has to do with bureaucracy).

67:38

Stewart Brand asks Paul what didn't make the list, & Paul talks about generational response to climate change.

77:15
83:57

Paul answers audience questions about modeling challenges and accounting for externalities.

90:20
96:17

Featured Media

  • Felix Kramer

    Wonderful event. I want to tell lots of people to watch this — and pre-order 10 books @$16 for friends and colleagues! It looks to me like the sound isn’t working on the video.

    • reinventnet

      Thanks, Felix! We’re working on posting the edited video with sound ASAP.

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    Fascinating!!

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