sábado, 14 de janeiro de 2012

Peak Oil and a Vision of the Future - Randy Udall


Randy Udall is a consulting energy analyst and one of the USA's leading activists in promoting energy sustainability. He is the former Director of the Community Office for Resource Efficiency (CORE) in western Colorado. During his tenure, CORE's partnerships with individuals, governments and utilities led to Colorado's first solar energy incentive program, the world's first Renewable Energy Mitigation Program which has raised $6 million, the world's stiffest carbon tax, and some of the most progressive green power purchasing programs in the country. Udall is a Co-Founder of ASPO-USA and was one of the peak oil experts interviewed by the National Petroleum Council when they researched their 2007 report on the Hard Truths about Energy.

The talk was the keynote at Local Future's 2009 leadership conference on energy, economy and environment, directed by Aaron Wissner.

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