GENI-us Letter 2015-04
|A p r i l 2 0 1 5 — Volume 23, Issue 04|
GeoDesign: Engineering The Transition To Renewable Energy And Clean Water For All
Dear GENI Friend,
GENI is training the sustainable leaders of tomorrow. Both cities and companies now hire Chief Sustainability Officers to manage their environmental footprint, reduce fossil fuel usage and greenhouse gas emissions. Our "Global Classroom 2015" is the 4th year we have offered this summer series.
Global Classroom 2015: GeoDesignÂ ï¿½Â San Diego, CA, USA
(Image by James Fee)
Engineering the Transition to Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All
Buckminster Fuller called this: Comprehensive Anticipatory Design Science. How do we build to meet today's needs, and the needs of future generations in a sustainable manner? How do we design and build energy and water systems that serve developed and developing nations? It's critical work.
I invite you to share this Announcement with your friends who have college students who are looking to make a real difference this summer. They must come to San Diego and be ready to jump in fully, collaborate in teams, learn new software and presentation skills. Send Resumes to: info @ geni.org
Last month we hosted Dr. Richard Somerville of Scripps Institution of Oceanography (now retired). He is one of the world's leading climate scientists and an IPCC leader when they received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007. His summary: climate change is here now and caused by humans. The best thing we can do? Get off of fossil fuels and use renewables as quickly as possible. That's the GENI solution. We need your help to link, share and promote this solution strategy in your country.
In Partnership for the Planet,
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