This first Duke conference on international development, sponsored by the Duke Center for International Development (DCID) and the Duke University Center for International and Global Studies (DUCIGS), will bring together Duke faculty and students, along with leaders in the public sector, nonprofits, research institutions, and international organizations.
Juliana v. United States, a case the Supreme Court just allowed to proceed in the 9th Circuit, concerns the Constitutional and public trust implications of climate change. Specifically, the youth plaintiffs argue that (1) the United States' actions that have contributed to climate change have unconstitutionally deprived future generations' right to life, liberty, and property; and (2) that the atmosphere is protected by the Public Trust Doctrine. The panel will feature Professors Purdy, Young, and Longest. Lunch will be provided. Co-sponsored by Duke's Environmental Law Society, American Constitution Society, Federalist Society, and Environmental Law and Policy Clinic. For more information, please contact Molly Bruce at email@example.com.
Sustainable Duke and Duke University's Facilities Management department have partnered to present the first draft of Duke University's latest Climate Action Plan! Come out to see how Duke University plans on moving towards a carbon-neutral campus via energy, transportation, and other strategic initiatives across its multiple campuses. This event will kick off an official comment period replicating federal rulemakings, so take advantage of this opportunity to have your input heard and questions answered. RSVP here.
Registration is open for GIS Day at Duke (Nov. 16, 2018)! Join us for a full day of professional, academic, and social programming. A wide range of topics will be covered including data science, energy, health, and more. Register now for this student-organized geospatial event series!
Come watch students, faculty, and professionals showcase their findings and compete for $6K in prizes at the Energy Research Poster Presentation, part of the Duke University Energy Conference. This competition is organized by the Pratt Engineering Management Energy Club & sponsored by Apex Clean Energy & Mosaic as part of Energy Week at Duke.
Students, kickstart your career and explore the energy industry at the Spark Career Event, part of Energy Week at Duke. Chat with representatives from 18 companies, including ABB, ANB Systems, Apex Clean Energy, Cypress Creek Renewables, DTE Energy, ERS, ICF International, NextEra Energy, North Carolina's Electric Cooperatives, SAS Institute, Schneider Electric, & Southern California Edison.
The Energy Technology Exhibition is dedicated to showcasing innovations and developments both within Duke and beyond. Expect to learn about and interact with cutting edge technologies such as the award winning prototype vehicles created by the Duke Electric Vehicles team, machine learning techniques used to identify energy infrastructure using satellite imagery, and hydrogen fuel production from methanol. The exhibits will be located in the Fitzpatrick CIEMAS Atrium with rotating topic presentations occurring every 15 minutes.
On November 2nd, 2018, The Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum will hold its annual Fall Symposium, “From Here to There: Sustainable Urban Development in the Triangle and Beyond.”
This year’s symposium will focus on Sustainable Urban Development, from issues of city infrastructure, mass transit, and increasing walkability, to macro-scale discussions of how to make our cities more resilient to the threat of climate change. The epicenter of the discussion will be the Triangle area, as well as the roles Durham and Duke can play in shaping how the Triangle grows and develops over the coming years. Speakers will include the local planners, state lawmakers, and advocates central to these processes.
If you are interested in attending please RSVP by clicking here.
The Pratt MEMP Energy Club will be hosting an Energy Lunch Seminar by Tyler Norris on Nov 1st.