I also found the conversation with Rebecca Henderson to be particularly fascinating, and given the chance, I would ask her a number of additional questions. First, when I saw her start drawing the 2x2 matrix, I thought that she was going to describe climate change as some sort of variation on Pascal's Wager. I would ask her if she would find it useful to express this wager to corporations, or if the tendency towards business-as-usual is too insurmountable an obstacle for that argument. Second, I would spend more time exploring what she calls techno-fanaticism. I understand why people fall into this trap, given the historical record of seemingly-miraculous technological remedies, but would want to hear what the term really means for her. Did discourse about climate change inspire the term, or did it emerge from some other area of her research? Does she see techno-fanaticism reflected in corporate policy and action, or is it more like a belief harbored by individuals? Compared to other reasons for climate change denial or inaction, how big of an obstacle is techno-fanaticism? Finally, though she works mainly with corporations, and with her comment on employees sometimes inspiring change in mind, I would ask what power she thinks individuals have against climate change.