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Admissions Info Session: Energy & Environment at Fuqua

Admissions Info Session: Energy & Environment at Fuqua

By Micah Moen 0 Comment November 20, 2019

– Hi everyone, welcome and greetings from the Fuqua School of Business. We are here to talk today about Energy and Environment, and EDGE, the center that I represent. I’m Katie Kross. I’m the Managing Director of EDGE, which is the Center for Energy, Development, and the Global Environment here at Fuqua, and I’m joined […]

Creating an Eco Friendly Home in South Africa

Creating an Eco Friendly Home in South Africa

By Micah Moen 4 Comments November 16, 2019

With power cuts and load shedding along with dwindling water supplies a harsh reality in South Africa being more self-sufficient on the home front is becoming an increasingly attractive option. Jane Troughton is someone who has never looked back since opting to go this way. So Jane your home feels just so beautiful as if […]

Another Tool to Protect Environment

Another Tool to Protect Environment

By Micah Moen 0 Comment November 15, 2019

YOU’RE WATCHING LOCAL NEWS DURANGO. I’M WENDY GRAHAM SETTLE. COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY OWNERS WHO WANT TO INVEST IN CLEAN-ENERGY IMPROVEMENTS NOW HAVE A LOW-COST FINANCING TOOL AVAILABLE TO HELP. IN OCTOBER, THE LA PLATA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS JOINED THE COLORADO NEW ENERGY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE COLORADO COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ASSESSED CLEAN ENERGY – […]

My Ocean is #OurOcean

My Ocean is #OurOcean

By Micah Moen 7 Comments November 12, 2019

The ocean. It covers three quarters of our planet. It gives us the oxygen we breathe. It regulates our climate. It feeds us. The ocean gives us clean energy. It offers new medicines. For millions, it provides a livelihood. For millions more, it provides life. The ocean is owned by no one, but shared by […]

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Over 190,000 Newly Discovered Viruses Are Lurking in Our Oceans, Here’s What You Should Know

Over 190,000 Newly Discovered Viruses Are Lurking in Our Oceans, Here’s What You Should Know

By Micah Moen 100 Comments November 8, 2019

If you didn’t think the ocean could get anymore weird, wonderful and kinda freaky…have I got news for you. There are viruses in it. A lot more than we previously thought. A new study reveals there are almost 200,000 distinct viral populations in the ocean. A liter of sea water contains anywhere between 1-10 billion […]

Intro to Environmental Science | DartmouthX on edX | Course About Video

Intro to Environmental Science | DartmouthX on edX | Course About Video

By Micah Moen 2 Comments November 7, 2019

ANDY FRIEDLAND: In the 1960s, there were three billion people on earth. Today, there are 7.2 billion inhabitants impacting the natural world. We all require air, water, food, energy, and other resources. But people in different countries impact the environment in different ways. People in the developed world tend to use more fossil fuel energy […]

Institute on the Environment: The Right Time and Place

Institute on the Environment: The Right Time and Place

By Micah Moen 0 Comment November 5, 2019

If we look at every measure of our planet’s environment, we’re losing. We’re losing more biodiversity. We’re losing against the fight against global warming. As much as we might like to think these are getting better, they’re not. Environmental problems in the 21st century are huge problems. Things like climate change affect the entire planet. […]

What It’s Like – Health, Environment, Safety & Security

What It’s Like – Health, Environment, Safety & Security

By Micah Moen 0 Comment November 4, 2019

I’m Jeff Burro; I’m the Process Safety Coordinator for Gulf of Mexico, and a typical day for me as a Process Safety Coordinator yesterday for example involved me going to New Orleans to meet with the BOEMRE the governing body of our offshore production and meeting with them and working with our Gulf of Mexico […]

How does energy policy affect the environment?

How does energy policy affect the environment?

By Micah Moen 0 Comment November 3, 2019

(Music introduction) (Music introduction) (Music introduction) It does not look like we have a carbon tax or greenhouse gas policy but we actually do because there are all kinds of things done at all levels of government that affect greenhouse gas emissions and the gasoline tax is only one level. Of course that’s at a […]