Sustainable Futures

This interdisciplinary speaker series, established in September 2005, is intended to stimulate cross disciplinary discussion, debate, and collaboration around issues related to energy, the environment, and society.

The series is sponsored by the Environment and Community Program and the Schatz Energy Research Center. All members of the HSU community and the general public are welcome to attend these presentations.

Learn more about the series, past speakers, and watch videos of many of the presentations from the Schatz Energy Research Center web site.

Fall 2018

The Fall 2018 series will be held in Siemens Hall 108. Lectures are from 5:30-7 pm on Thursdays.
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September 6, Robert Gottlieb—From resistance to transformation: 50 years of environmental & social justice action research

Robert Gottlieb is the founder and former director of the Urban & Environmental Policy Institute and an emeritus professor at Occidental College. He is the author of thirteen books, including Global Cities: Urban Environments in Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and China (with Simon Ng), and Forcing the Spring, Environmentalism Unbound, and Food Justice (with Anupama Joshi). He is the editor of two series at the MIT Press: “Urban and Industrial Environments” and “Food, Health, and Environment.”

In 2012, Gottlieb received the Carey McWilliams Lifetime Achievement Award from the California Studies Association. A longtime environmental and social justice activist, he has researched and participated in social movements for more than 50 years. Download the event poster

September 20, Sharon Levy—Arcata marsh: roots and branches

Science writer Sharon Levy is the author of The Marsh Builders: the Fight for Clean Water, Wetlands, and Wildlife. In this new book from Oxford University Press, Levy delves into the global roots of the citizen uprising that built Arcata’s marsh, as well as its lessons for modern activists and regulators.

Levy's work appears in magazines including Nature, Undark, and BioScience. She is also the author of Once and Future Giants: What Ice Age Extinctions Tell Us About the Fate of Earth’s Largest Animals.
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October 4, Benjamin Maurer—A rising tide lifts all bytes: marine energy R&D at the Pacific Marine Energy Center

Humanity has been harnessing tidal power for more than 1,000 years, and producing electricity from tides for more than 100 years. Tidal electricity generation is greenhouse gas-free, eminently predictable, sub-sea surface, and often co-located with demand; yet tidal power has seen slower adoption and deployment than other renewables such as wind or solar power. In this talk, Dr. Benjamin Maurer will share what the Pacific Marine Energy Center is doing to address the remaining key challenges in tidal power and how that R&D plays into the changing market landscape for marine energy. From autonomous subsea robotics to underwater data centers, he'll cover the promise and potential pitfalls of this renewable energy resource.

Maurer is the Associate Director of the Pacific Marine Energy Center, a multi-university consortium dedicated to the responsible advancement of ocean energy technologies, and a researcher at the University of Washington's Applied Physics Laboratory. He works closely with undergraduate and graduate students, startups, large corporations, regulators, government clients, and other stakeholders to address key challenges in harvesting power from the waves, tides, currents, and offshore winds. Maurer's prior work includes positions supporting a $100M/yr US Department of Energy portfolio of ocean technology technology awards; conducting fluid dynamics experiments at the University of Cambridge GK Batchelor Laboratory; and piloting ROVs for the National Marine Fisheries Service. He holds a PhD in Oceanography from Scripps Institution of Oceanography, an MS in Engineering Sciences from UC, San Diego, and undergraduate degrees in Biology and Philosophy also from UCSD. He is an avid surfer, swimmer, and research diver.

October 11, Zero Emission Vehicles Panel Discussion—Achieving 5 million zero-emission vehicles in California by 2030: the local perspective
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October 18, Lonny Grafman—Local water innovation through community/university partnerships

This talk will share inspiring solutions for water collection, storage, treatment, and conservation that have been created by community engagement. Since 2004, Humboldt State students have partnered in these innovative projects across India, the United States, and Latin America.

Lonny Grafman is an engineering instructor at HSU; the founder of the Practivistas summer abroad, full immersion, resilient community technology program; the project manager of the epi-apocalyptic city art project Swale; the Chief Product Officer of Nexi; and the President of the Appropedia Foundation, sharing knowledge to build rich, sustainable lives.

Grafman has facilitated engagements and developed university courses around the world. He has worked and led teams on hundreds of domestic and international projects across a broad spectrum of sustainable design and entrepreneurship—from solar energy to improved cookstoves, micro-hydro power to rainwater catchment, and from earthen construction to plastic bottle schoolrooms. Throughout all these technology implementations, he has found the most vital component to be community. His first book shares stories and strategies for communities coming together To Catch the Rain.
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October 25, Tasha McKee—Water scarcity: culture change and learning from nature in the Mattole headwaters

Tasha McKee is a fourth-generation Mattole Valley resident. She served on the Sanctuary Forest Board of Directors from 1997-2002, serving as board president in 2002. Since 2003, she has been the Sanctuary Forest's Water Program Director. She has pioneered collaborative approaches to address water scarcity in the Mattole headwaters and played a key role in the development of the Mattole Flow Program—including practical solutions development, funding and implementation, community and landowner outreach, monitoring and research, and education on the low flow issue.

November 1, Catherine Sandoval—The Native American reservation electricity access gap: a case study of the Yurok Tribe's energy access leadership and next steps for energy justice and climate change

Past Events
Spring 2018

Frederica Bowcutt, Professor of Botany at Evergreen State University
The Tanoak Tree: An Environmental History of a Pacific Coast Hardwood
Emily Burns, Director of Science for Save the Redwoods League
Restoring Redwood Forests in a Changing Climate Watch on YouTube
Dominic Corva, Founder and Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Cannabis and Social Policy
Rethinking the Nature of Cannabis and Social Policy in the Context of Post-Prohibition
Jana Ganion, Sustainability Director of the Blue Lake Rancheria, and Peter Lehman, Founding Director of the Schatz Center
Greening the Grid and Improving Resilience: The Blue Lake Rancheria Microgrid Watch on YouTube
M Jackson, 2017 National Geographic Society Emerging Explorer
The Secret Lives of Icelandic Glaciers
Frank Kanawha Lake, Research Ecologist for the USDA Forest Service's Pacific Southwest Research Station, Fire and Fuels Program
Learning from Traditional Knowledge to Guide the Future of Sustainable Forestry Management
Nicholas Lam, Research Scientist at the Schatz Center
Increasing energy access to benefit health and the environment Watch on YouTube
Joseph Rand, Research Affiliate, Electricity Markets & Policy Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Do wind turbines make good neighbors? Results from a nationwide survey Watch on YouTube
Maia Wikaira, US Fulbright Fellow and Legal Fellow for the Yurok Tribe
Legal personality in rivers, national parks and mountains: the role of indigenous knowledge in transforming environmental law in New Zealand

Fall 2017

Amy & Daniel Cordalis, "Breathing life back into the Klamath River"
Mara Ervin, "Clean energy access: how GRID Alternatives is creating a successful transition to clean, renewable energy that includes everyone" Watch on YouTube

Nick Goulette, "Imagining and achieving the potential of community-based forestry in Northern CA" Watch on YouTube

Ken Liberman, "Can 'Nature' teach anything?"
Debbie Page-Dumroese, "Using biochar to improve soil resilience and sequester carbon"
George Wuerthner, "Praise the dead: dead trees and healthy forest ecosystems"
"Scaling up renewable power in Humboldt County: a panel discussion", with Matthew Marshall, Antoine Peiffer, Jon Stallman, and Dave Carter, moderated by Arne Jacobson Watch on YouTube

Spring 2017

Mallik Angalakudati, "Changing Energy Landscape in California"
Seth Holmes, with Francisco, Victoria, Jonathan and Armando, Triqui indigenous Mexican farmworker research contributors, "Migrant Farmworkers and Our Food System: Inequalities, Health, and What's Gone Wrong" Watch full presentation
Michelle Medley-Daniel, "Harnessing the Power of Generative Networks to Improve Society's Relationship with Fire" Watch full presentation
Mary Ann Piette, "Commercial Building Control Systems and Energy Management: Current Challenges and Future Directions" Watch full presentation
Darren Speece, "Defending Giants: The Redwood Wars and the Transformation of American Environmental Politics" Watch full presentation
Sam Wade, "Promoting Alternative Fuels Under California's Low Carbon Fuel Standard" Watch full presentation
Panel Discussion with Matthew Marshall, Shawn Marshall, Shehzad Wadalawala and Jim Zoellick, moderated by Kevin Fingerman, "Bringing Electricity Service Under Local Control: Implications of Humboldt County's New Community Choice Energy Program" Watch full presentation

Fall 2016

Sharon Kramer, “State of the Science on Environmental Issues and Marine Renewable Energy”
Alexander Schunka, “Water Use and Water Management in Early Modern Europe” Watch full presentation
Andy Baker, “Saved By The Gyres: Ocean Source Heat Pumps Cut Heating Costs and CO2 Emissions in Coastal Alaska Cities"Watch full presentation
Alex Eaton, "Waste to Energy to Market" Watch full presentation
Lee Pera, "Tiny Houses: A Fad or the Future of Housing?" Watch full presentation
Jason Mark, "Where in the Wild? The Search for Wilderness in the Anthropocene" Watch full presentation
Terry Surles, "An Update on U.S. Energy Policy and Related Technology Development" Watch full presentation
Sarah Wald, “A Universal Killer? Rachel Carson's Silent Spring and the United Farm Workers' Pesticide Campaign”

Spring 2016

Andrea Tuttle, “Report from Paris: Observations from the UNFCCC COP 21 Climate Negotiations” Watch full presentation
Jonathan Kusel, "Improving Forests and Building Communities: A Networked Biomass Approach" Watch full presentation
Lindsay Naylor , "Cultivating Sustainability: Seeds and Climate Change Adaptation in Highland Chiapas” Watch full presentation
Nate Coleman, “Ensuring Safe, Compliant and Reliable Interoperable Zep Product Designs for SolarCity Photovoltaic Installations through Rigorous Test, Quality and Qualification Programs”
Kevin Fingerman and Jerome Carman, "Guiding Northwest California Towards Alternative Transportation Fuels: A Roadmap to 2020 and Beyond" Watch full presentation
Renée Byrd, “Punishment's Twin: Carceral Logics, Abolitionist Critique, and the Limits of Reform” Watch full presentation

Fall 2015

Matthew Marshall, “RePowering Humboldt: Progress Toward Implementing A Local Community Choice Aggregation Program” Watch full presentation
Seth Shonkoff, "The Environmental, Public Health, and Climate Dimensions of Oil and Gas Development in California" Watch full presentation
Jack West, "The PV Industry: An Insider's Insights into the Evolution of PV Technology and Business Models" Watch full presentation
Charles Wilkinson, “From Humboldt Bay to the Columbia to the Canadian Line: How the Northwest Tribes Triumphed in the Courts and Changed the World” Watch full presentation
Harsha Walia, "Border Imperialism and Environmental Racism" Watch full presentation
Sarah Ray, “Can a Green University Serve Underrepresented Students?: Reconciling Sustainability and Diversity at HSU” Watch full presentation

Spring 2015

Arne Jacobson, “The Pico Power Revolution: Off-Grid Energy Services for Low Income People in Africa, Asia, and Beyond” Watch full presentation
Carolyn Finney,“Righteous Road: Black Faces, White Spaces & Stories of Possibility”
John Meyer, “Environmentalism and the Resonance Dilemma” Watch full presentation
Beckie Menten, “Community Choice, Community Power: An In-Depth Look at California's Emerging Model for Local Electricity Control” Watch full presentation
Janet Fiskio,"Welcome to Blockadia: Poetics and Protest in Climate Activism" Watch full presentation

Fall 2014

Belinda Batten, “Catching the Wave and Rising with the Tides: Marine Renewable Energy at NNMREC”
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Peter Alagona, “Forty Years of Endangered Species: Conflict and Conservation in California and Beyond”
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Ron Reed and Kari Norgaard, “The Politics of Fire and the Social Impacts of Fire Exclusion on the Klamath”
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Sam Arons, “Scaling Renewable Energy: A Perspective from Google” Watch full presentation
Joan Ogden,"A Portfolio Approach to Sustainable Transportation" Watch full presentation
Matt Johnson, “Reconciling Agriculture & Wildlife Conservation: Examples with Coffee Farmers and Birds in Jamaica, Kenya, and India” Watch full presentation
Jesse Abrams, “The Importance of Communities of Place and Interest to the Sustainability of Forest-based Bioenergy Development” Watch full presentation
Trevor Houser, “China's Energy Future: Domestic Drivers and Global Consequences"

Spring 2014

Karen Litfin, “Ecovillages: Integrating Ecology, Economy, Community and Consciousness” Watch full presentation
Richard Norris, “Geologic Analogs to Future Global Change” Watch full presentation
Matthew Marshall and Colin Sheppard, “Preparing for Plug-in Electric Vehicles on the North Coast" Watch full presentation
Yvonne Everett, “Collaborative Cross-Boundary Stewardship: International Comparisons of Challenges and Success” Watch full presentation
Denise Burchsted, “Natural Dams and the River Dis-Continuum” Watch full presentation
Duncan Calloway, “Leveraging Large Data Sets and Control to Enable Low Carbon Power Systems” Watch full presentation
Chris Peters, “Native American Sovereignty: A Sustainable Paradigm” Watch full presentation

Fall 2013

Alexander B. Murphy, “Understanding the Changing Planet: Geography’s Role in Addressing Environmental Challenges in the 21st Century”
Philip Garone, “California Wetlands—Two Centuries of Loss and Recovery: Lessons from the Central Valley” Watch full presentation
Nathan Hultman, “US Climate Policy and Prospects for a 2015 International Climate Agreement”
Gwyn Kirk, “Environmental Security and National Security: Are They Compatible?” Watch full presentation
Ted Bilek, “An Outlook for Forest Products and Timber Markets: 2012-2030” Watch full presentation
Susan Handy, “Driving Less” Watch full presentation
Erin Kelly, “Sustaining Rural Places: What Are We Sustaining” Watch full presentation

Spring 2013

John Laird, “California’s Sustainable Resources Future” Watch full presentation
Nicholas Lam, “Let There Be (Clean) Light: How Kerosene Lighting in Developing Countries Is Contributing to Climate Warming and the Global Disease Burden” Watch full presentation
Julie Guthman, “Fat Places? Exploring Environmental Causes of Obsesity”
Jonathan Woolley, “Radically Efficient Design for Zero Net Energy Buildings” Watch full presentation
Bill Stewart, “Timber Harvests and Managed Forests: Good or Bad for Climate Change?”
Sheri Woo and Carol Rische, “Evaluating Mad River Water Use Options: A Local Issue with Regional Impacts” Watch full presentation
Laurie Richmond, “Incorporating Human Dimensions into Environmental Management: A Story in Three Acts” Watch full presentation
Jen Marlow, “Climate Change and Human Rights: Justice Beyond Law” Watch full presentation

Fall 2012

Greg Davis, “Curiosity and Beyond: Exciting Developments in NASA’s Unmanned Space Program” Watch full presentation
Matthew Marshall and Jim Zoellick, “RePowering Humboldt: A Strategic Plan to Scale Up Renewable Energy Use in Humboldt County” Watch full presentation
Andrea Tuttle, “What Next for AB32? California’s Efforts to Implement the Global Warming Solutions Act” Watch full presentation
Corey Johnson, “Geopolitics of Overconsumption” Watch full presentation
Miguel Altieri, “Who Will Feed Us in a Planet in Crisis” Watch full presentation
Anthony Eggert, “California’s Clean Energy Future: Policies and Politics” Watch full presentation
Mark Baker, “Neoliberalism and the Environment: The Case of Small Hydropower Development in the Western Himalaya” Watch full presentation

Spring 2012

Antwi Akom, “Race, Power, and the Environment: Using Participatory Mapping and New Media to Build a Community-Based Climate Justice Movement” Watch full presentation
Zack Zoller, “Solar Makes It Big: Scaling Up Solar Photovoltaics for Large Systems” Watch full presentation
Lindsay Magnuson, “Land Conservation on the North Coast Using the Land Trust Model” Watch full presentation
Simone Pulver, “Addressing Climate Change through Carbon Markets: Lessons Learned in Brazil and India” Watch full presentation
Robin Kimmerer, “Restoration and Reciprocity: Finding Common Ground Between Traditional and Scientific Ecological Knowledge”
Garvin Heath, “Environmental Impacts of Energy Technologies: A Life Cycle Perspective” Watch full presentation
Kathleen McAfee, “Cooling the Planet or Feeding the World: Do We Have To Choose?” Watch full presentation
Seth Wilson, “Conservation on the Edge: Large Carnivores and Building Communities of Coexistence”

Fall 2011

September 22-23, Traditional Ecological Knowledge Symposium
Jeff Mapes, “How the Bicycle is Changing American Cities” Watch full presentation
Evan Mills, “The Carbon Footprint of Indoor Cannabis Production” Watch full presentation
Arne Jacobson, “Super Efficient Appliances, International Cooperation, and the Climate Challenge” Watch full presentation
Amol Phadke, “Low Carbon Strategies for the Indian Electricity Sector: Opportunities for Leapfrogging” Watch full presentation
Geeta Chowdhry, “To Bt or not to Bt? Transnational Capital, the State, Civil Society and the Struggle over Food Sovereignty in India” Watch full presentation
Noah Zerbe, “Reshaping Globalization from the Ground Up: Community Resilience and Transformation in Durban, South Africa” Watch full presentation
John Elliot, “UC Merced: Achieving Zero Net Energy and Zero Landfill Waste by 2020” Watch full presentation

Spring 2011

Jim Hight, “Climate Change Policy in North America: Reasons for Optimism” Watch full presentation
Steven Hackett and Luke Scheidler, “The Economics of Clean Energy in Humboldt County” Watch full presentation
Tom Fee, “Leadership Patterns in Environmental & Public Policy Dispute Resolution 1970- 2010 - 2050: Reflections & Explorations
Mary Crowley, “Solutions to Plastic Proliferation In Our Oceans”
David Rubin, “The Challenges and Opportunities of Renewables from a Utility Perspective” Watch full presentation
Judith Mayer, “Borneo to California and Back”
Eric Holt-Giménez, “Food Rebellions: Crisis and the Hunger for Justice”
Tim Palmer, “Rivers of America”

Fall 2010

Nick Goulette and Lynn Jungwirth, “Community-based Forestry: Past, Present, and Future”
Dr. Alexandra “Sascha” von Meier, “Integrating Renewable Resources: Making the ‘Smart Grid’ Work” Watch full presentation
Aldaron Laird,“Is Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District’s Water System Sustainable? Is California’s Water Use Sustainable?”
Peter Dauvergne, “Big Box Stores and Global Environmental Governance”
Elizabeth “Betsy” Watson, “Working in the Political Dead Zone”
Peter Alstone and Colin Sheppard, “Humboldt County’s Renewable Energy Futures: Preliminary Results from a Renewable Energy Secure Communities (RESCO) Study” Watch full presentation

Spring 2010

Kim Berry, “Disowning Dependence: Single Women’s Collective Struggle for Land Rights in Northwestern India”
Garvin Heath, “Environmental Impacts of Energy Technologies: A Life Cycle Perspective”
Cynthia Chandler, “Democracy Across Prison Walls”
Timothy Lipman, “Low Carbon Vehicle Research at UC Berkeley’s Transportation Sustainability Research Center” Watch full presentation
Omar Masera, “Efficient Cookstoves - Mitigating Climate Change While Advancing Sustainable Development Priorities: The Case of Efficient Cookstoves” Watch full presentation
Jane Nielsen and Howard Wilshire, “The American West at Risk: Science, Myths, and Politics of Land Abuse and Recovery”
Andrea Tuttle, “After Copenhagen, What Next for Forests? An Update of COP 15, the Copenhagen Accord, and Tropical Deforestation” Watch full presentation

Fall 2009

Sandra Steingraber, “Environmental Health: A New Civil Rights Movement”
Jerry Moles and Karen Brisbane, “LandCare In Australia and the USA”
Arne Jacobson, “Energy and the Environment at HSU” Watch full presentation
Riki Ott, “The Impacts of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill on Ecology and Community”
Llyn Smith, “A Just Peace? The Sri Lankan Civil War and Minority Politics in the Sinhalese Buddhist State”

Spring 2009

Stephen Most, “Fixing the World: Conflict and Consensus in the Klamath Basin”
Jamie Levin, “The Future of Public Transport - In Pursuit of Zero Emissions” Watch full presentation
Richard L. Corsi, “Smog and Lemons: American Homes as Chemical Reactors and the Role of Energy Conservation in Reactor ‘Design’” Watch full presentation
Heidi Ballard, “Environmental Learning and Participatory Research in Community-Based Forestry”
Dustin Poppendieck and Arne Jacobson, “Kerosene Lamps, Solid-State Lighting, and Possibilities to Improve Public Health in Kenya” Watch full presentation
Adam R. Brandt, “Avoiding High Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Future Transportation Fuels: The Case of Oil Shale” Watch full presentation
Jessica Urban, “Demystifying and Deconstructing Disinformation: Population Issues and Environmental (In)Security”

Fall 2008

Chris Greacen, “Renewable Energy Policy and Planning in Thailand” Watch full presentation
Richard Varenchik, “California’s Efforts to Control Climate Change” Watch full presentation
Steven Hackett, “Economic and Social Considerations for Wave Energy Development in California” Watch full presentation
Jeff Romm, “Moments of Reservation: Racial Foundations of Environmental Policy”
Tom Stokely, “The Trinity River, the Peripheral Canal, and the Future of Water in California”

Spring 2008

Zoe Hammer, “Inventing Just Futures: Organizing for Human Rights in the Sonoran Desert”
Matthew St. Clair, “Campus Sustainability at California Universities” Watch full presentation
Betsy Hartmann, “Rethinking the Population Problem: The Terror of False Assumptions”
Rick Duke, “The Five Trillion Dollar Challenge: A Roadmap for Containing Climate Change” Watch full presentation
John Meyer, “The Environmental Politics of Sacrifice”
H.I. Bud Beebe, “SMUD’s Utility Planning for Climate Change: Mitigation, Adaptation, Regulation” Watch full presentation

Fall 2007

Allison Rogers, “Go Green! Global Warming Awareness”
Andrea Tuttle, “California Climate Protocols and Politics - Through the Lens of Forest Carbon”
Peter Lehman, “Hydrogen in a Renewable Energy Future” Watch full presentation

Spring 2007

Michael Shellenberger, “Beyond Environmentalism: Creating a Politics Capable of Dealing with Global Warming and Other Ecological Crises” Watch full presentation
Alex Farrell, “The Race for 21st Century Fuels” Watch full presentation
Morgan Varner, “Changing Climate, Changing Fires: Predicting Future Fires in a Carbon-rich Atmosphere”
Jeffrey Jacobs, “Future Fuel Sources: Options and Opportunities”
Holmes Hummel, “Interpreting Technology and Policy Implications of Global Energy Scenarios for the 21st Century” Watch full presentation

Fall 2006

Anna Zalik, “Clean Energy and Armed Insurgency: Representing Security and Threat from the Nigerian Delta to the Mexican Gulf”
Evon Peters, “Indigenous Peoples Rights and Environmental Justice”
Evan Mills, “The Specter of Fuel Based Lighting”
Patrice O’Neill, “The Fire Next Time: Using Film to Address Community Conflict”
Sarah Goldthwait, “Plankton and CO2: The Role of Marine Organisms in Global Climate” Watch full presentation

Spring 2006

Ashanti Alston, “All Power to the People: The Black Panther Party and Beyond”
Tyrone Hayes, “From Silent Spring to Silent Night: What do hermaphroditic frogs tell us about environmental and human health?”
Roundtable - Sustainable Community Design: “Why Does it Matter? How do we do it?”
Victoria Sturtevant, “Collaborative Planning for Wildfire: Community Matters”
Arne Jacobson, “Connective Power: Solar Electrification and Social Change in Kenya”
Mark Lakeman, “The Village Lives”
Carolina Simunovic, “Environmental Health in the San Joaquin Valley”
Alan Lloyd, “The Fight for Air Quality in California: A 30 Year Retrospective and Visions for the Future” Watch full presentation

Fall 2005

Jim Zoellick, “Humboldt County’s Energy Picture” Watch full presentation
Joan Ogden, “The Outlook for Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier” Watch full presentation
Michel Gelobter, “The Soul of Environmentalism”
Mark Hankins, “Approaches to Rural Electrification in East Africa: Donors, Projects, Rural Electrification”

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