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Fusion Energy Rocks

After the fabulous “The World is Flat” Thomas Friedman releases a new fantastic book. This time he is dealing with the topic of climate change, green energy solutions and the notion of “flatness”. I’m going on a small trip to Canada tomorrow and I’m sure I’ll buy the book while spending my time in North America.

The subject of the book seems very interesting, especially considering the fact that I got very interested in aspects of CSR, environment, green solutions and renewable energy. Why the new interest? There are two reasons – first of all I’m taking part in this really interesting course here in Budapest called “Corporate Environmental Management”. Secondly – I’m part of a team doing a joint business project with McKinsey & Company. The project’s topic is “How can Hungary sustain its future energy demand through the use of renewables?”. Lot’s of new knowledge coming with these topics.

My team members in the McK project know that I’m particularly interested in nuclear energy – nuclear power plants, the end of WWII, the cold war, the atomic and hydrogen bombs, Chernobyl always fascinated me in a sense of pure science. “How is it possible to release such a massive energy on such a large scale?”, I would often ask myself.

Well, I’ve got a couple of answers today… Read more… »


 

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Beginning February 2011 I have started a new job at Google in its EU HQ in Dublin, Ireland. I will be responsible for AdWords-related issues for the UK / Ireland market.

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