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Google Partners with Duke on Carbon Offsets Initiative
Conference Explores U.S. Manufacturing
In a move to complement the national push to develop a strategic roadmap for sustainable manufacturing, industry experts, scholars from leading universities, and national laboratory and government agency personnel recently gathered at Duke University to discuss ways to advance the sustainable manufacturing sector during a two-day conference convened by the Duke Center for Sustainability & Commerce and the Council on Competitiveness. The conference was focused on providing U.S. manufacturers with sustainable options to increase global competitiveness and solutions to challenges associated with making sustainable manufacturing profitable. See photos from the event.
Speakers Set for Fall Energy Symposium
Individuals from both private and public utilities and government are among the line-up of speakers slated for the forthcoming southeastern symposium, Tackling Tomorrow's Energy Challenges Today. The Nov. 16 event will bring together stakeholders and thought leaders on the Duke University campus to discuss the Southeast's current and future energy challenges, offer up examples of success and plot future directions for research and outreach.
New Faces Join the Nicholas Institute
The Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University welcomes two new researchers and a development officer this fall semester.
Journal to Publish Paper on CCS
The amount of existing coal-fired infrastructure and the ongoing importance of coal to the nation's economy suggest the ability to capture carbon emissions and store them in underground geologic formations will likely be an important option for mitigating climate change. A recent Institute paper explores doing so with carbon capture and storage (CCS). It will be published in the Environmental & Energy Law & Policy Journal of the University of Houston Law Center.
Staffer to Serve on Board for Nonprofit
Bill Holman, director of state policy at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, has been appointed to serve as a board member for the Environmental Research Institute of the States.
Meetings Aid Goal of Climate Neutrality
To help Duke University continue its push toward climate neutrality, the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions has adopted virtual staff meetings to better connect staffers working across the country.
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