The Environmental Science and Policy program at Union College kicks off the Winter seminar series Wednesday, 27 January 2010. This is the 13th year that this series has been run by the ES&P program. Since its inception, this seminar series has tackled some of the key environmental issues that we face as a society. The first winter seminar was in 1998 was "Global climate change."
Wednesday, January 27, 7:00 PM
Dr. John Martin, Senior Project Manager, NYSERDA (web)
Developing Shale Gas Resources:
An Energy Bridge to the Future
Wednesday, February 3, 7:00 PM
Dr. Kenneth Medlock III, J.A. Baker III Inst. for Public Policy, Rice Univ. (web)
The shale revolution and what it means for
North American energy markets and policy
Tuesday, February 9, 7:00 PM
Stuart Gruskin, Executive Deputy Commissioner, NYS DEC (web)
Drilling in the Marcellus Shale: Toward Energy
Independence or Environmental Devastation?
Wednesday, February 17, 7:00 PM
Walter Hang, President of Toxics Targeting (web)
Trillion Dollar Payday or Bust?
Grassroots Activism Versus Marcellus Shale Gas:
How Toxics Targeting, an environmental data firm in Ithaca, NY, is
shaping the future of the largest natural gas reservoir in the nation.
All talks are free and open to the public. All are at 7 PM in the Nott Memorial. Parking is available on campus a short walk to the Nott Memorial. Download this map for parking areas that will be open and available ("P").
Past ESP Winter Seminar series at Union can be seen here.