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Monday, November 10, 2008

New addition to Green is Good

As we anticipate the inauguration of what should be our first Green President I figured it is time to start ramping up Green is Good's coverage and analysis of energy technology and what should be our first real wave of public policy aimed at fighting global climate change. I would like to welcome James Dillard to the team of contributers at Green is Good. James is currently an Executive Director at Nourish International, an organization that is working to eradicate global poverty, and he was an intern at Pittsburgh based startup Plextronics, a manufacturer of thin film solar cells. James was also a columnist for UNC's student paper, The Daily Tar Heel, s o I have high hopes that he will bring some quality writing to this blog.

James anticipates using some of his earlier posts to inform us of some of the things China is doing to combat climate change. If you've read the book "Hot, Flat, and Crowded" you are well aware that covering China's efforts is something we could use more of. With that, welcome aboard, James.


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