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February 2nd, 2007
This success, I believe, gives his words some weight. So when he says, as he did in November, that global warming is real and that "cleantech" is "the biggest economic opportunity of this century," my ears -- and yours -- should perk up.
It's not that the idea of cleantech being a big investment opportunity is new. The Motley Fool, myself, and others have been writing about it for some time. Instead, it was Doerr's explanation of how cleantech can help address global warming that I found so interesting. He laid out four steps for solving global warming, which, when viewed in aggregate, can provide investors with a useful framework for thinking about how to invest in cleantech.
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