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Biofuels and the BP-UCB deal: Implications and alternatives
Date Thursday April 26
Time 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
4 LeConte Hall, UC Berkeley
Event Type Teach-In
Organizer/AuthorstopBP-Berkeley.org
Emailinfo [at] stopBP-Berkeley.org
Featuring:

Tadeusz Patzek
Professor of Geoengineering at U.C. Berkeley. He is an Editor for Transport of Porous Media, and an Associate Editor of Energy Tribune. He is also an active participant in the global debate on biofuels and their environmental and social impacts. Patzek is a coauthor of some 200 papers and reports, and is currently writing four books.

Richard Register
Author of Ecocities - Rebuilding Cities in Balance with Nature, President of Ecocity Builders and founder of the International Ecocity Conferences. His photography, from the 26 countries where he has spoken around the world, present a visual glimpse into cities for a sustainable future.

Alice Friedemann
A freelance journalist who specializes in energy. She is a member of the Northern California Science Writers Association. She graduated from the University of Illinois, Urbana, with a B.S. in Biology and a Chemistry/Physics minor. Currently she is a systems architect/engineer in the San Francisco Bay Area.

John Harte
Joint Professor in Ecosystem Sciences and Energy and Resources at U.C. Berkeley. Prof. Harte has served on six National Academy of Sciences Committees, and has authored over 150 scientific publications, including six books, on topics including biodiversity, climate change, biogeochemisty, and energy and water resources.

Jessica Lawrence
Executive Director of the Borneo Project. Has worked the past 12 years in the fields of ecology research, indigenous land rights advocacy, community forestry, and rainforest conservation.

with poetry by Kirk Lumpkin
Poet/lyricist/spoken word artist and Berkeley Farmers' Market Special Events & Promotions Coordinator.

This event will be webcast on http://stopBP-Berkeley,org
Added to the calendar on Tuesday Apr 24th, 2007 11:39 AM
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