Environmental Sustainability

Geodesign Session 2 - San Diego and Baja

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Global Energy Network International
Global Classroom Summer Series 2015
GeoDesign
SESSION 2
- Thursday July 9, 2015 - "Sustainable Development and Resilient Systems. Why and How our world has changed."

Geodesign* - Engineering the Transition to
Renewable Energy and Clean Water for All
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Neil Stallings

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Neil Stallings

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Vice President - Green Century Capital Management

Neil is with Green Century Capital Management, a mutual fund company founded over 20 years ago by a partnership of environmental advocacy organizations, which is still owned by their nonprofit founders.  Their funds seek competitive returns for investors while putting their money to work for clean air, clean water, and a healthy planet. ... Read more about Neil Stallings

Michael Russell

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Michael Russell

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Lane Sharman

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Lane Sharman

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Management Consultant, Solana Energy & Co-Founder, San Diego Energy District Foundation

Lane Sharman is a senior executive with experience in power project development, regulatory affairs, and government relations.  He is a business model innovator and strategic management and financial advisor. ... Read more about Lane Sharman

Simon Mayeski

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Simon Mayeski

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Solana Energy Consultant Volunteer - SanDiego350

Simon Mayeski is a founding member of SanDiego 350. He has focused on the  Regional Plan for the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG), paying particular attention to SANDAG’s responsibility to fight global climate change in California. He has also helped organize SanDiego350′s rallies and marches and currently serves on the group’s Public Policy committee, and serves as the organization’s treasurer. He also serves as campaign treasurer for a number of San Diego area political candidates. ... Read more about Simon Mayeski

Nicole Capretz

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Nicole Capretz

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Director of Policy - District Two, City Council

As the Director of Policy for the District Two office, Nicole has over 15 years of professional experience representing public interests in the environmental arena, both in nonprofit and government agencies. She was most recently Director of Environmental Policy for Interim Mayor Todd Gloria in the City of San Diego where she developed the City of San Diego's Climate Action Plan in 2013. Previously, Nicole was the Director of the Green Energy Green Jobs campaign at Environmental Health Coalition (EHC), and before that she was a Senior Policy Advisor for Council member Donna Frye. ... Read more about Nicole Capretz

Len Hering

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Leendert Hering Sr.

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Executive Director - Center for Sustainable Energy

Rear Admiral Leendert “Len” Hering Sr. (U.S. Navy, retired), is a prominent military and civilian sustainability leader with a broad background in energy and environmental issues. His passion in sustainability is educating people on the dangers the future holds without taking responsible actions to secure the nation’s energy independence and to preserve water, air quality and other resources. ... Read more about Len Hering

Scott Murray

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Scott Murray

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President - Slow Food San Diego

Scott A. Murray, an organic farmer for 32 years, was a delegate to the 2004 and 2006 Terra Madre conferences in Turin, Italy. As agriculture program director and teacher at San Pasqual Academy for Foster Teens, he created the school’s Organic and Sustainable farm project with funding from Slow Food San Diego’s 2005 and 2006 annual Orfila fundraising events and other sources. Scott consults on the conversion of chemically managed farms to Organic and Sustainable agricultural practices. ... Read more about Scott Murray

Aquaculture Continues to Gain on Wild Fish Capture

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Michael Renner
Global Fish Production, 1950 - 2013
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According to preliminary estimates by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), total global fish production was expected to reach an all-time high of 160 million tons in 2013, up from 157.9 million tons in 2012. This figure includes a projected wild capture of 90 million tons, down from 91.3 million tons in the previous year and from 93.7 million tons in 2011. ... Read more about Aquaculture Continues to Gain on Wild Fish Capture

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