Webinar: Wind Turbines, Water, and Weird Weather: The Future of Energy in a Warming Michigan
Thursday, September 30, 2021
11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Alumni, Community, Faculty, Staff, Students
Join us as we discuss the future of energy sources in Michigan. What role will the major utilities play? What are the politics involved? Which sources show the most potential? Will we end up with wind turbine farms in Lake Michigan? What happens if we don't move away from fossil fuels? Two of Michigan's leading experts on these and related questions will address this issue, joined by a live audience.
- Kate Madigan, Director, Michigan Climate Action Network
- Dr. John A. Kinch, Executive Director, Michigan Energy Options
Moderator: Michael DeWilde, Director, Koeze Business Ethics Initiative
For questions, please email the Seidman College of Business at email@example.com.
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