Saul Griffith on Living the Examined Life and Flying Giant Kites (Part Two)



Last week we heard about Saul Griffith's exhaustive personal energy cataloging and the resulting WattzOn.com. In part two, Griffith talks about Makani Power, his company that builds giant kites for capturing elusive, high-altitude gusts. He also shares his thoughts on the need for nuclear power and answers the question: "how scary is the world going to get?"

Listen to the podcast of this interview via iTunes, or just click here to listen, right-click to download.

Check out part one here.

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