“Sustainable Systems: Environmental, Economic and Social–Looking Towards the Future,”

In United States of America by


From 9:00am until 10:30am

At UIW Mabee Library Auditorium

University of the Incarnate Word / 760-577-5931

The world faces many dynamic environmental, economic and social challenges. How do we create sustainable systems that meet these challenges so the people of the world can live fulfilling lives in harmony with one another and with nature? This will explore climate change as one environmental challenge among many, the future of energy as one of many economic challenges, and work as one of the social challenges facing the world. The Presenter: Joe Cook holds a B.Sc in Natural Resources and the Environment (Univ. of MI), a M.Sc in Entomology with Minor in Soil Science (Univ. of MN), an MBA (UIW), a MTS (Oblate School of Theology, and a M.A. in Theology (St. Mary's University). He has worked worldwide in Natural Resources and the Environment with his last position being a Senior Environmental and Sustainability Scientist with the firm Consulting for Health, Air, Nature and a Greener Environment.

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