In today's uncertain economic and social climates, working through energy production and consumption strategies that advocate for everyone can be challenging. We'll explore how regions with significant energy burdens are surviving COVID-19 and other disruptions, and how they are rethinking community engagement, innovation and policy to build a sustainable future. Please join the following speakers for a lively discussion:
Paulina Jaramillo* — Professor,Engineering and Public Policy; Co-Director, Green Design Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
Destenie Nock* — Assistant Professor, Engineering and Public Policy; Adjunct Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
Tony Reames — Assistant Professor, School for Environment and Sustainability, University of Michigan
This discussion will be moderated by CMU Scott Institute for Energy Innovation Executive Director Anna. J. Siefken.
*Paulina Jaramillo and Destenie Nock are Scott Institute Energy Fellows
This is the sixth installment in the webinar series, which highlights insights from research, industry and innovation related to how COVID-19 is impacting the way we will do business, and what it means to the energy systems we rely upon.