Upcoming Lectures in Energy, Sustainability, and Security

Published: July 9th, 2013

Join the Dartmouth community to engage with a spectrum of voices offering potential solutions to our common climate challenge!

Starting July 11, Dartmouth will host the Leading Voices Series in Energy, Sustainability and Security. This series of six free lectures is open to the public and will provide good discussion focused on solutions and engaging young minds and community. Anyone interested in climate issues, including renewable energy, sustainable design, and policy, is encouraged to attend.

All lectures will take place at Filene Auditorium in Moore Hall on the Dartmouth campus in Hanover, NH. More information on this speaker series can be found on this event flyer or on the Leading Voices page.

Speaker Lineup:

July 11, 4pm
Wind: Turbines, Transmission and Integration
Elizabeth Wilson, Associate Professor of Energy and Environmental Policy an Law, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota

July 18, 4pm
Smart Policy and Finance for Clean Energy
Dan Reicher ’78, Executive Director of the Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance at Stanford University

July 25, 4pm
Wind Energy and Resistance in New England and Beyond
James Manwell, Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering and Director of the Wind Energy Center, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

August 1, 4pm
Carbon Taxes: A Path Forward
Janet Milne, Professor of Law and Director, Environmental Tax Policy Institute at Vermont Law School

August 8, 4pm
The Upcycle: Designing for Abundance
William McDonough ’73, Author, The Upcycle

August 15, 4pm
Facing the Peril and Promise of Energy in an Age of Climate Change
Seamus McGraw, Author, The End of Country

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