Osha Gray Davidson is an award-winning author, freelance writer, and photographer. His work has appeared in Rolling Stone, InsideClimate News, The New York Times, Mother Jones, Grist, OnEarth, and many other publications.

Osha Gray DavidsonHe is the author of seven books of non-fiction, most recently, Clean Break: The Story of Germany’s Energy Transformation and What Americans Can Learn from It (InsideClimate News, 2012).

Osha co-wrote the screenplay for the IMAX documentary, Coral Reef Adventure.

He publishes The Phoenix Sun, a blog about renewable energy and the environment from the American Southwest.

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  1. Dear Mr. Davidson:

    Please let me know the best method for seniors to acquire your splendid,
    CLEAN BREAK. I ask, because CLEAN BREAK is by far the most compelling & accessible explanation of Energiewende seniors (minimum education expected is 4 year college degree in any field) who constitute the primary audience of my book-in-progress on climate change.

    Also, I hope to be in Europe in May and would be most grateful if you would suggest a few people I should seek to interview to understand the current status and near term prospects of Energiewende as well as why media, including German media, remains largely dismissive of Energiewende.

    The purpose of my book is to the make the case that there is a positive role for senior citizens to secure the future for themselves and future generations despite the daunting threat of climate catastrophy and the political and financial strength of fossil fuel and its lobby.

    The chapter on Energiewende will be pivotal since Energiewende furnishes the strongest existence proof that rapid transition from fossil to wind,water, and solar is feasible even for the largest economies without sacrificing their standard of living.

    Thank you for your splendid work!

    Thomas J. Nagy, author, retired professor
    Bethesda, MD

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