What is the future of the Aspen Airport? One of the country's pre-eminent intellectuals—physicist Amory Lovins—joins us to discuss plans for the airport and introduce his new nonprofit organization, Aspen Fly Right. Amory Lovins is a co-founder of RMI (Rocky Mountain Institute, which has no connection with Aspen Fly Right), a recipient of a MacArthur "Genius" fellowship, an energy advisor to major firms and governments, and the author of over 30 books and 800 papers. Time magazine named him one of the world’s 100 most influential people, and Foreign Policy, one of the 100 top global thinkers. The Wall Street Journal listed Professor Lovins among 39 people in the world most likely to change the course of business. Newsweek called him “one of the western world’s most influential energy thinkers.” He has been profiled in The Economist, Fortune, Forbes, Time, and The New Yorker. Professor Lovins teaches engineering half-time at Stanford. He lives in Old Snowmass with his wife, photographer Judy HIll Lovins, in their passive-solar banana farm, and takes a special interest in fine-art landscape photography, music, great-ape language and conservation, and Taoism.