Post 2 – Presentations from New State of Energy Summit


My previous post described the fantastic energy summit at UNC’s Appalachian State University. As noted, I am making the presentations by the speakers available. The 2015 Appalachian Energy Summit was amazing, educational, inspiring and scary. Not only was it highly educational, it practiced what it preached by being a zero waste event while making it a higher quality event than most. At the summit Amory Lovins of Rocky Mountain Institute, environmental activist Robert Kennedy, Jr. of RiverKeeper and other organizations, and author and presenter David Orr of Oberlin College provided stunning and valuable information.

This links the speaker page and below are links to their summit presentations.  I encourage you to listen their presentations:

Robert Kennedy Jr.: Keynote Address, Armchair Discussion

David Orr: Address

Amory Lovins: Armchair Discussion, Panel Discussion

After listening, please post your thoughts as you work to Generate Comprehensive Improvements by Creating Interactions so Everyone & Everything Benefits.

Be Well’r,
Craig Becker

Be selfish, selfless, & synergistic so everyone and everything benefits!

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