Can Keeping Your Clunker Be More Eco-Friendly than Buying a Prius? December 7, 2009
Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/11/08/J-REC_Catalyst_Session_Clean_Economy
Rachel Sheinbein, senior associate at CMEA Capital, shares her opinion on Toyota's massively popular Prius. While it may be "sexy" to own a Prius, she says, keeping an old car instead of replacing it with a Prius may be more ecologically responsible from a "cradle to grave" perspective.
On November 8, 2009, hundreds of Jewish leaders met in San Francisco for a conference featuring innovators from the energy industry, investment, sustainability, and policy.
They shared ideas and experiences to help advance the generational movement for clean and secure energy. - American Jewish Committee
In her career at Intel, Rachel Sheinbein worked with a team on cutting edge waste water treatment and with a world-class group that was shaping the industry in environmental metrics and emission reduction technologies. She also led a group on strategy for IT in the supply chain. After Intel, Rachel had the opportunity to consult for entrepreneurs in the solar, bio plastics and water sectors. Now at CMEA, she seeks out visionaries who see possibilities and can make them a reality.
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