How does one go from studying Caiman ecology to leading a project to develop markets for trading coastal blue carbon? From counting mosquito larvae in bromeliads to using big data to improve whale conservation and tourism? Linwood Pendleton will speak to students and faculty at the Duke University Marine Lab about his "serially interdisciplinary" career.
Dr. Jesko Von Windheim, Professor of the Practice of Environmental Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the Nicholas School, will speak about business and entrepreneurship in the energy and environment space (and the role of climate change in trends he sees). Sponsored by the MEMP Energy Club.
In this webinar, Ken Bagstad and Carl Shapiro of the U.S. Geological Survey will describe ongoing work to develop the infrastructure for a national natural capital accounting system in the United States. Sponsored by the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions.
Hear about Dr. Christine Folch’s research on the political, ethical, and environmental impacts of hydroelectric development in Paraguay. Dr. Folch will present for 30 minutes, and the rest of the time will be structured as a casual conversation. Sponsored by Undergraduate Energy Club & DIRA.
Join the Smart Home and Energy Club for a brief workshop on installing solar panels. Learn about all the basics of how to connect solar power to a battery which can then charge your phone, turn on lights, or operate a small appliance. They'll also demonstrate cool applications of solar power with current Smart Home/Energy Club projects including smart...
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