On Monday, May 7th, Jan Mazotti, host of ICOSA’s Driving Force radio and I will be interviewing Denis Hayes, a seasoned veteran of many legislative, cultural, and courtroom battles relating to energy and sustainability. Mr. Hayes is probably still best known for having been National Coordinator of the first Earth Day when he was 25. What many don’t know is that he directed the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, was a professor of engineering and human ecology at Stanford University, and a Time magazine “Hero of the Planet.” During his career Mr. Hayes has received the John Muir Award, the Rachel Carson Medal, and a National Jefferson Award.
To see a webcast of the show: www.talkzone.com/shows/125/icosa.html. Click on the listen button near the xx logo and it should load live. For Denver and the surrounding areas, the show rebroadcasts Saturday, May 12th on 710 AM KNUS from 10:00 to 11:00 AM. Please join us to hear from Mr. Hayes the critical role of private industry in catalyzing the necessary changes.