Rick Heede is the founder and principal of Climate Mitigation Services.
He has studied climate change since the early-1970s and has worked on energy and climate solutions since 1984. He worked with Armory Lovins at the Rocky Mountain Institute from 1984 through 2002 on issues ranging from energy policy, energy-saving office equipment, home energy measures and “Climate Neutral by 2020” for Oberlin College.
Along with his work at Climate Mitigation Services Rick is working on a book on the global risks of Antarctica’s climate-sensitive ice sheets.
Today’s podcast is a little more technical than most, but if you enjoy a detailed talk on getting climate change done, this is a good one to hear.