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Dr Stephen Golden: Climate Change & Reducing Emissions

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Until our energy is completely sustainable, we must conserve energy and do as much as possible to reduce the impact of fossil fuels. While there are many government type incentives to scrap the metal such as the “cash for clunkers” campaign, there is still a huge dependence upon older model vehicles, especially in agriculture and construction.

In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to energy expert Dr. Stephen J. Golden, Ph.D. who is one of the founders of Clean Diesel Technologies Inc. CDTI has created breakthrough technology which offers solutions which significantly reduce four of the principal, harmful emissions formed by the combustion of fossil fuels and biofuels:Particulate matter, Oxides of nitrogen, Hydrocarbons, and Carbon. Why are these solutions so critical? What can we collectively do to combat climate change? What positive impact can technology make? Tune in!

BIOGRAPHY: Dr. Stephen J. Golden, Ph.D., is Chief Technical Officer of Clean Diesel Technologies Inc., immediately following the business combination of Clean Diesel and Catalytic Solutions, Inc. Dr. Golden has served as Chief Technical Officer of Catalytic Solutions, Inc. Dr. Golden, one of the founders of Catalytic Solutions, Inc. and developer of its technology, has served as the Chief Technical Officer and Director of Catalytic Solutions, Inc. since 1996. From 1994 to late 1995, Dr. Golden was the Research Director for Dreisbach Electromotive Incorporated, a developer of advanced batteries based in Santa Barbara, California. Dr. Golden received his doctorate in Material Science at Imperial College of Science and Technology in London, England. Dr. Golden did post-doctoral work at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the University of Queensland, Australia in ceramic oxide and mixed metal oxide materials.