Location: Garrigus B-52
Date: Monday, October 1, 2018 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm

The relationship between energy and the environment is often a contentious one. Can abundant energy be provided for all without negative environmental impacts? How resilient are ecological systems? And, given the alarming most recent measurements on climate change, how should we balance energy and the environment?


Tyler Mark, Assistant Professor in Agricultural Economics, will present on the burgeoning bioeconomy and farm-based renewable energy;

Ellen Crocker, Postdoctoral Scholar, Eastern Forest Health Issues, Forest Health Research and Education Center, will present on forest ecology; and

George Wagner, Professor Emeritus in Plant and Soil Sciences, will present on climate change.