International lawyer Clinton Vince says a new group of leaders is emerging from U.S. cities; Analyst Jarrod Hazelton says we should bring back the WPA.
Howard University President describes the predicament of African Americans in the pandemic; and two top consultants from Guidehouse explain promising indications in the environment.
Host Llewellyn King speaks with Jim Matheson, CEO, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, about the bridging the digital divide in rural communities; MIT’s Michael Short talks about the importance of the scientific method.
Llewellyn King interviews William Pommerening, president of airPHX, who has a technology that can be used to purify the air and surfaces in hospitals.
Hosts Llewellyn King and Linda Gasparello discuss with featured guests how San Antonio is becoming a “city of the future” with mobility, sustainability and access to services for all its residents. Second and final part in a series.
Host Llewellyn King travels to San Antonio for the City of the Future conference and asks experts what the sustainable cities will look like. Part 1 of a two-part series.
Guests: Paula Gold-Williams, President and CEO, CPS Energy, City of San Antonio; Clinton Vince, Chair U.S. Energy Practice, Dentons; Erik Walsh, City Manager, San Antonio; Andres Carvallo, Professor of Innovation, Texas State University, San Marcos; Erin Hardick, Lead Research Analyst, Zpryme
White House Chronicle, Show #12011
Air Date: March 13, 2020
Host: Llewellyn King
Guests: Jan Vrins, Global Energy, Sustainability & Infrastructure Segment Leader, Guidehouse; and Chris Castro, Director of Sustainability and Resilience, City of Orlando
Topic: The City of Orlando’s sustainability and resilience efforts
Host Llewellyn King discusses with Barry Worthington, executive director of the U.S. Energy Association, how foreign aid is working well through collaboration with U.S. utilities.
White House Chronicle, Show #12009
Air Date: February 28, 2020
Host: Llewellyn King
Guest: Barry Worthington, Executive Director, United States Energy Association
Topic: Foreign aid working through U.S. electric collaboration
Rachelle Chong, a former FCC commissioner, speaks with Host Llewellyn King about the “digital divide” in America, and how private networks can bring broadband to rural areas.