Bright Future with Friends / Great Trends in Renewables

Dear <subscriber>,

This issue of CI News includes:

  • a friendly perspective on the September Bright Future Now course
  • resources for tracking the fabulous unfolding story of renewable energy

Share your Bright Future with friends

Bright Future Now is our 6-week online interactive learning program that provides practical tools and transformative experiences for becoming more effective, joyous and whole while making a real difference for humanity and the Earth.

We’re finding that many of the Bright Future Now graduates want to get their friends and colleagues to take the course. We have a pair of co-authors: one took the course in July, the other is taking the upcoming course in September. Same for a pair of start-up business partners. Similar stories with groups of friends.

You could be in that story too. Whether you take the course with friends or blaze the trail for your personal networks, the Bright Future Now graduates say you’ll be glad you did:

“I had little insight into what to expect from this course, but came into it with an open mind. Very quickly I came to appreciate how powerful, practical and profound the information in it is. I also enjoyed getting to know Robert personally and the other participants. This is not just a course, it is an entry point into a global network of consciously evolved leaders. I highly recommend it!”

The next course begins September 24 and ends November 5.

Registration ends on September 10th and each cohort is limited to 21 people. I encourage you to register soon to guarantee your place.

The $400 registration fee provides you with both the course and a lifetime membership in the Bright Future Network. There’s a money-back guarantee – you can get a full refund through the third week of the course – so your risk is minimal.

If you have any questions about the course, just reply to this email and I’ll be happy to respond.

Solar Delivers

One of the key strategies for turning climate change around is replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy: solar, wind, geothermal and tidal power. The trends for these forms of energy keep getting better and better. A good observer of that scene is Joe Romm at Climate Progress. Take a look at Solar Delivers Cheapest Electricity ‘Ever, Anywhere, By Any Technology’ –  Half the price of coal!

Another great place to track the profound positive changes going on with renewable energy is A Brighter Energy Future from Rocky Mountain Institute. I recommend it.

I hope this finds you stepping into your own bright future.

With appreciation,
Robert Gilman
August 31, 2016

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