Ethan Zindler

Bloomberg New Energy Finance

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Head of policy analysis for Bloomberg New Energy Finance

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President Obama's political advisors say he's decided that climate change will be as important to his legacy as healthcare.

Obama Unveils Plan to Cut Carbon Emissions

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The cost of fossil fuels is going up, while the cost of solar power is going down.  The tipping point has already arrived in many developing countries.

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The cost of fossil fuels is going up, while the cost of solar power is going down.  The tipping point has already arrived in many developing countries.

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In the 1980’s, there was skepticism about the economic viability of cell phones.  Now, most of the world’s poorest people can afford them.

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