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Rinaldo Brutoco

Rinaldo Brutoco

Rinaldo Brutoco is a well-known futurist and the founding president of the World Business Academy, a nonprofit think tank launched in 1987 with the mission to educate and inspire the business community to take responsibility for the whole of planetary society. He is a frequent public speaker and a prolific author on renewable energy, climate change and sustainable business strategies. He is the co-author of "Freedom from Mid-East Oil" (2007), a leading book on energy and climate change and "Profiles in Power" (1997), a college textbook on nuclear power and the dawn of the solar age.

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UN Durban Climate Talks: An Agreement to Try to Agree

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Taxpayers Subsidize Big Oil, World's Most Profitable Industry

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Rinaldo Brutoco

Rinaldo Brutoco

Rinaldo Brutoco is a well-known futurist and the founding president of the World Business Academy, a nonprofit think tank launched in 1987 with the mission to educate and inspire the business community to take responsibility for the whole of planetary society. He is a frequent public speaker and a prolific author on renewable energy, climate change and sustainable business strategies. He is the co-author of "Freedom from Mid-East Oil" (2007), a leading book on energy and climate change and "Profiles in Power" (1997), a college textbook on nuclear power and the dawn of the solar age.

Other articles by this author

UN Durban Climate Talks: An Agreement to Try to Agree

By Rinaldo Brutoco and Madeleine Austin, Truthout | News Analysis

The Market Is Lying: Why We Must Tax Carbon, Not Subsidize It

By Madeleine Austin and Rinaldo Brutoco, Truthout | News Analysis

Taxpayers Subsidize Big Oil, World's Most Profitable Industry

By Madeleine Austin and Rinaldo Brutoco, World Business Academy | Op-Ed