MIT Enterprise Forum Podcast on Energy & Clean Tech Innovation


Massachusetts is uniquely poised to benefit from the innovative environment that has grown up in the wake of the reality of climate change. At the November Innovation Series event of the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge, Ian A. Bowles, Secretary, Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs (EEOEA) for Massachusetts,

describes the entrepreneurially friendly atmosphere and specific state initiatives that are allowing progressive leaders and venture capitalists to seize the moment and positively impact the energy equation.

Panel moderator Scott Kirsner of The Boston Globe is less sanguine about how the fight over global warming is faring. His Sunday Globe report of the meeting captures his own perspective in a pithy lead: “We are all lab partners in a large science fair project, and it doesn’t seem to

be going well.”

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