Amory B. Lovins, Rocky Mountain Institute
MAP/Ming Visiting Professor for Energy and Environment
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Random QuoteI have this problem. Whenever I try to explain what's happening in American politics-I mean, what's really happening-I wind up sounding a bit like an unhinged conspiracy theorist.Jonathan Chait
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