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Our Sustainable Energy Future: A Faith Perspective

Posted By Sean F. Ong, Sunday, March 11, 2012
Updated: Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Our Sustainable Energy Future – A Faith Perspective

Presented by the American Scientific Affiliation and the NREL Workplace Bible Study

Agenda: March 3, 2012 NREL Visitor Center Golden, Colorado


For presentation PDFs, speaker bios, and full agenda, see the links at the bottom of this post.


9:15-10:35 AM1: Why should persons of faith care about energy?

9:15-9:40 Ben Lee

9:45-10:10 Brent Nelson


10:45-12:05 AM2: What would a renewable energy future look like?

10:45-11:10 Ken Touryan, energy plans in other countries

11:15-11:35 Walter Short, electricity

11:40-12:00 Rick French, transportation


1:00-2:20 PM1: Which sustainable technologies can an individual "vote for” with their own money?

1:00-1:25 Sean Ong

1:30-1:55 Brent Nelson


2:40-4:00 PM2: What can you and your faith-based community do to help usher in a renewable energy future?

2:40-3:05 Lynn Billman, your building

3:10-3:35 Byron Stafford, your missions or outreach work



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