Stanford University School of Earth Science

Earth Sciences Energy & Environment Public Lecture Series

Each year, the School of Earth Sciences, along with the Woods Institute for the Environment, offers a series of evening lectures centered around a current, relevant topic from an Earth Science perspective. Each lecture in the series is free and open to the public. No registration is required.

 
Past Lecture Series Materials
Energy and Environment Public Lecture Series: Fueling the Future
The 2009 A. J. Horn Lecture on U.S. Energy Production and Consumption
7:30 pm, January 20, 2009
Kresge Auditorium
Stanford University
http://pangea.stanford.edu/eslectures/audio/fueling_the_future.mp3
A distinguished panel of Stanford experts discuss some of the issues and challenges we face on the way to a new energy future.
Stacey Bent, Chemical Engineering
Lou Durlofsky, Energy Resources Engineering
Margot Gerritsen, Energy Resources Engineering
Roland Horne, Energy Resources Engineering
Mark Jacobson, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Jennifer Wilcox, Energy Resources Engineering

Watch online videos of some of our past lectures and download associated materials. You can also find these lectures available for download on Stanford iTunes.
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