June 20, 2012 - The Oscar-nominated actor/director teamed up with Mark Jacobson, a real-life scientist and senior fellow with the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and the Precourt Institute for Energy, for an informal discussion with students about a nascent initiative to convert the world to renewable energy.
The talk was part of a series of planned dialogues Ruffalo and Jacobson had with Stanford students and staff at companies such as Google, Facebook and Tesla Motors. Joining Ruffalo and Jacobson were clean energy advocates Marco Krapels, executive vice president of Rabobank, and Jon Wank, co-president of Skadaddle Media.
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