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"Energy Realities" seminar, Fri 5th June 5PM

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  • James Ward
    Hi all, FYI - an interesting seminar coming up regarding the future of energy. You can RSVP via the email address in the flyer. Cheers, James. ... From:
    Message 1 of 1 , May 19, 2009
    Hi all,

    FYI - an interesting seminar coming up regarding the future of energy.

    You can RSVP via the email address in the flyer.

    Cheers,
    James.

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    Environment Institute
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    Subject: [!! SPAM] [Climatefutures-v.sciences] Energy Realities

    Dear Audience,

    What will be the future of Energy in a world of ever increasing population?
    Has the availability of Fossil Fuels begun to decline? Should we discount
    Nuclear Power as a low carbon emitting source of sustainable energy? How do
    we responsibly adopt Alternative Energy Sources?
    Is your curiosity aroused? If so join us on World Environment Day (5 June)
    for a free public seminar at the University of Adelaide.
    The director of the Environment Institute, Professor Mike Young, will host
    three eminent scientists as we ask "What are our Energy Realities?".
    Attendees will be treated to three short presentations (15 minutes each),
    with the opportunity for your feedback to stimulate debate.
    Please see the attached flyer for more details and RSVP via the embedded
    link.

    We look forward to your input,
    The Environment Institute






    --
    Dr James Ward
    Ph.D., B.Eng.(Civil)(Hons), B.App.Sc.(Env. Mgt)

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow
    School of Chemistry, Physics & Earth Sciences
    Flinders University
    GPO Box 2100, ADELAIDE SA 5001 (Australia)

    james.ward@...
    ph +61 8 8201 5140
    mob +61 4 0881 9175

    "But that is a difficult story for a later generation."
    (The Economist, "Somewhere over the rainbow", Jan 24th 2008)
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