Woodrow W. Clark II, Ph.D., is a qualitative economist with 11 books and over 60 peer reviewed articles who is a well-known and respected researcher, author, speaker and professor as well as an entrepreneur and former advisor to Governor Davis of California. His last book is The Green Industrial Revolution (December 2014) and newest one is Smart Green Cities (early 2016), which both reflect the Paris UN Conference for solutions to climate change.
Moving forward with decisive climate change initiatives is increasingly the role of China, not the United States. Russia, for now, is taking a backseat roleRead more
Russia is expected to deliver fast ratification for the global climate agreement deal agreed to in Paris in December. Unlike in the U.S., the climate change deal has encountered little or no political resistance within RussiaRead more
Russia played an important and constructive role at the UN climate change summit in Paris. Going forward, Russia will look for new ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, such as through the implementation of new technological innovationsRead more