Jeane Manning is an award-winning author who’s been called the “energy gypsy” because of her travels — interviewing inventors and scientists who strive to bring you clean energy abundance for peace and prosperity. Her books are published in six languages and counting.
Jeane Manning is a long-time researcher of quantum-leap energy systems that could replace oil, and their implications for humankind. She authored The Coming Energy Revolution (Avery Publishing Group, New York, 1996, now out of print); Energie (Omega Verlag, Gemany, 2000); and coauthored other nonfiction books includingAngels Don’t Play This HAARP, co-authored with Dr. Nick Begich. These books are published in six languages and she has been an invited speaker at several energy conferences in Europe.
Jeane began to chronicle the new energy scene in the 1980s. During the years while she was staff writer for a regional lifestyle magazine, edited a small town newspaper and held other employment, she used her vacation time to interview scientists in North America and Europe. She has served on boards of directors for a new energy institute that was based in Utah, the Institute for New Energy; ocean energy company Blue Energy Canada; geothermal company Essential Innovations; and the New Energy Movement based in Portland, Oregon.
In January of 2007 a group of men and women gathered at Jeane’s apartment in Vancouver, Canada, to form New Energy Movement Canada. These grassroots efforts are intended to help bring about a world of clean air, vitalized waters and healthy soils. Jeane’s three grown children and their young families inspire her efforts.