Marandah and Logan were back at the Bacara, bright and early Friday morning, to visit with Jeffrey Ball, Environmental Editor of the Wall Street Journal. With all the talk of national independence, Marandah asks Jeffrey about global interdependence. In Part 2, Logan visits with Jeffrey about where the materials for our petroleum-free technologies will come from, and finishes up by asking who Coach Ball would choose as his Eco:nomics Dream Team in (perhaps) a final series against the Global Crises Bad Boys.
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Those gathered at the ECO-nomics conference at the Bacara Thursday morning ranked Education number two in what needed the most investment and attention in these times of Economic and Environmental Crisis. Speaking out for that most precious resource as the voice of the next generation, were Logan, Marandah, and Mary of the Santa Barbara Middle School Teen Press. Mary asked a question of CEO of the year and Anne Mulcalhy, CEO of Xerox, You can read about that on Mary's Blog. Logan spoke with T. Boone Pickens, CEO of BP Capital. Logan and so impressed the Wall Street Journal's video heads that he is featured on this morning's online Wall Street Journal. You can also read Logan's take on his day yesterday, including his handshake with Al Gore on Logan's Blog. Friday, Logan and Marandah will be interviewing Jeffrey Ball, Environmental News Editor for the Wall Street Journal. Stay tuned for more stories from the Teen Press at ECO-nomics.
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The Wall Street Journal hosts its annual conference on "Developing Environmental Capital" at Santa Barbara's Bacara Resort. Global leaders in industry, environment and politics will be spending three days questioning how to move forward in the face of the present storm of economic and environmental crises. Mary and Marandah report on Wednesday night's speakers, Alan Mulally, CEO of Ford Motor Company and Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google. They also interview the Managing Editor of the Wall Street Journal and Editor-In-Chief of Dow Jones, Robert Thomson. See their story at http://sbmsteenpress.org/5-ECO-00.html.
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