Carl Page is Founder of Anthropocene Institute, and focuses on One Cent clean safe energy, especially from innovative solar and nuclear. Prior, he co-founded eGroups, an early social networking company acquired by Yahoo groups in 2000 when it had 14 million users. He started a handheld video player company, ZVUE. He developed software for Microsoft and Mentor Graphics. Degrees: University of Michigan, BSE in computer engineering (1986) and an MSE in computer science (1988).
Finding ways blue chip corporations can defend against Wall Street extreme-short-termism to make innovation possible. (Loyalty Shares)
Building support for climate action using scientific marketing to reach the vast majority, respecting their values. (ecoAmerica.org)
Exploring the Third Kind of Nuclear Power (LENR at BrillouinEnergy.com )