He’s been US Energy Secretary.
He’s taught at both U.C. Berkeley and Stanford.
Yet he told KGO-TV he has much to accomplish by returning to the faculty of Stanford just months after resigning as Energy Secrecretary.
“Young people have a natural curiosity and naturally want to learn new things and I too want to do that,” Chu said.
Global warming remains his top concern. He says a failure to act will be costly.
“This costs a lot of money. This costs a lot of money in financial losses, it costs a lot in terms of personal losses and suffering,” he said.
You can watch his interview on KGO-TV.