Panel 30 – Climate Change And Renewable Energy – What Are The Very Best Actions To Take To Save Ourselves?

Panel 30 – Climate Change And Renewable Energy – What Are The Very Best Actions To Take To Save Ourselves?

Panel 30 – Climate Change And Renewable Energy – What Are The Very Best Actions To Take To Save Ourselves?

Location:
Date: Wednesday, January 30th, 2019
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Speakers

MARK C. SERREZE
Mark C. Serreze is a Professor of Geography at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU), a fellow of the CU Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), and Director of the CIRES National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC).   He specializes in Arctic climate research. He has conducted fieldwork in the Canadian and Alaskan Arctic on tundra, sea ice and glaciers. Serreze has published over 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals, and is recognized as a Thompson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher. In 2014, he was elected Fellow of the American Meteorological Society. In 2017 he was awarded the title... View bio
DANNY KENNEDY
Danny Kennedy leads the California Clean Energy Fund, connecting entrepreneurs everywhere to capital to build an abundant clean energy economy that benefits all. This includes overseeing the CalSEED.fund of $25m for very early stage companies driving innovation and building equity in the California economy. Additionally, CalCEF runs a network of incubators and accelerators globally called New Energy Nexus. Kennedy is also the President of CalCharge, a public-private partnership with DoE National Labs and universities in California, unions and companies, working to advance energy storage.   Kennedy co-founded Sungevity in 2007, the company that created remote solar design, and Powerhouse, a... View bio
JAMES E. HANSEN
James Hansen is an esteemed adjunct professor from America. At present, he professes at Columbia University in the department of Earth & Environmental Sciences. The former head of NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, Hansen is famous as “father of global warming” given his citations on early warning signs in 1980s regarding the contemporary burning issue of global warming. He is also a very ardent climate activist.   James Edward Hansen was born on March 29, 1941 to James Ivan Hansen & Gladys Ray Hansen in Denison, Iowa. He was deeply inspired by Red Giants and White Dwarfs written by... View bio
LEAH Y. PARKS
Parks is currently VP of Business Development at OpConnect. OpConnect is an electric vehicle fueling solution provider dedicated to the reduction in greenhouse gases and air pollution through the electrification of transportation. Parks is also an independent consultant who works in the field of environmental engineering, science and policy solving problems in renewable energy and energy policy. Parks recently co-authored the book, “All-Electric America: A Climate Solution and the Hopeful Future.” The book explains how making the transition to an all-electric, all renewable society by the year 2050 is necessary, practical, and achievable. It details on how an energy infrastructure... View bio
JANET LARSEN
Janet Larsen is an environmental analyst working to connect the dots among environmental and social issues, including climate, energy, water, food, and security. She is the founder of One Planet Strategies LLC, where she does research, writing, and analysis as an independent consultant.   Previously, Janet was one of the incorporators of the Earth Policy Institute, where she led the research team for 15 years. With Lester Brown and colleagues, she co-authored the books The Great Transition: Shifting from Fossil Fuels to Solar and Wind Energy and The Earth Policy Reader. Prior to the creation of Earth Policy Institute, Janet... View bio
KATIE SINGER
In 2018, Katie Singer presented her concerns about the Internet’s footprint at the United Nations’ 2018 Forums on Science, Technology & Innovation and Sustainable Development. An international speaker, her book, How on Earth Do We Shrink the Internet’s Footprint? will be published by Rudolf Steiner Books in 2019. Singer’s other books include An Electronic Silent Spring (Steiner, 2014), Honoring Our Cycles (New Trends, 2006), and The Garden of Fertility (Avery, 2004). Visit www.electronicsilentspring.com.   WEBSITE   View bio
PETER CARTER
Dr. Peter D. Carter is a retired MD with past experience in environmental health protection policy development. Peter is the founder of the Climate Emergency Institute at the European Geoscience General Assembly. He served as an expert reviewer for the IPCC’s fifth climate change assessment in 2014.     WEBSITE     View bio
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