October 28, 2013
WAVE Equity Partners Speaker Series
GENIUS: Ideas and People that Move Us
A Conversation with Dr. Richard Muller on his book Energy for Future Presidents
with host Steve Curwood, Executive Producer of Living on Earth, NPR
Monday, October 28th from 4:30-6:30 pm
Downtown Harvard Club, Boston
Celebrated physicist at the University of California, Berkeley, President
Clinton calls Muller “a hero” for his work on climate research.
Governments and multinationals seek out his advice on climate
mitigation strategies and sustainability investments.
This is an invitation only event. Please call us for more information.
About Dr. Richard Muller
Dr. Richard Muller is a renowned physicist at the University of California, Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. In 2012 Muller was named #10 on Foreign Policy top 100 Global Thinkers. Not afraid to challenge the lack of analytical rigor in climate debates, Muller’s views on climate change have a ring of objective clarity and practical wisdom. President Clinton called him “a hero of mine” and governments and multinationals seek his advice on climate mitigation and investment strategies. His latest book, Energy for Future Presidents looks behind the headlines. Known for saying, “If it isn’t profitable, it isn’t sustainable,” Muller debunks traditional thought on sustainability investments.