AMY GOODMAN (MODERATOR), SALLY BENSON, PAUL EHRLICH, FRED KRUPP, GEORGE SHULTZ, JB STRAUBEL
The race is on for commercialization of domestic fuels that shrink our carbon footprint, and change is in the wind: utilities are revisiting solar and wind power; big oil is investigating biofuels; car companies are betting on fuel cells; and government is rethinking nuclear power while peddling incentives for expanded production of natural gas and "clean" coal. But what about good old-fashioned conservation? Are we on the right track?
Join AMY GOODMAN of Democracy Now! for a conversation concerning our energy future with:
SALLY BENSON, Global Climate and Energy Project, Stanford
PAUL EHRLICH, Bing Professor of Population Studies, Stanford
FRED KRUPP, Executive Director of Environmental Defense
GEORGE SHULTZ, Distinguished Fellow at the Hoover Institution
JB STRAUBEL, Chief Technical Officer, Tesla Motors
Cosponsored with the Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford
and the Society of Environmental Journalists.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2007
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL
Doors open at 6:30. Seating is limited, so please arrive early.
Official Website: http://auroraforum.org/events.php?id=47
Added by k7lim on September 2, 2007