As we celebrate a victory for the families who live and work near the Ellwood natural gas peaker plant in Goleta, the World Business Academy also sees this decision as an opportunity to advance the larger end goal of developing a renewable, community-based distributed energy system in Santa Barbara. The Academy applauds the unanimous decision […]
This presentation was given on December 1, 2015 by Rinaldo S. Brutoco at the Walter H. Capps Center for the Study of Ethics, Religion, and Public Life at UC Santa Barbara. You can download the slides by clicking here.
Founder of the World Business Academy, Rinaldo Brutoco shares his wisdom on conscious business practices, and specifically conscious energy and environmental policy with Patricia and Stu of Get Conscious Now! Instrumental in the closing of the San Onofre nuclear power plant, Rinaldo is currently spearheading the Clean Energy Moonshot project that would have California run 100% […]
Those attending our monthly meetings or perusing our website know that the World Business Academy was established first as a non-profit business think tank, action incubator, and network of business and thought leaders, with the core mission objective of inspiring business to assume responsibility for the whole of society and assisting those in business who […]
Business and policymakers around the globe are waking up to the scope of the global warming crisis. With this crisis comes great opportunity: we currently have the technology and capital to support the transition to the next energy paradigm—the global implementation of 100-percent renewable energy. To catalyze this shift, we propose a challenge along the […]
World Business Academy President Rinaldo S. Brutoco sat down with close friend and Fellow of the Academy Dr. Deepak Chopra on September 15, 2014 for a wide-ranging discussion on the state of the planet, the emergency of global warming, the promise of renewable energy, and the tactics for shifting consciousness in time to address global […]
President Obama has laudably proposed putting $2 billion from federal oil and gas revenues over the next 10 years into a new Energy Security Trust to fund research on new technologies like better batteries and hydrogen fuel cells that would help get cars and trucks “off oil for good.”