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RE: who's your dream speaker?
At our "Greening the Campus" workshop last year, our office was able to bring Professor David Orr of Oberlin College to speak. He was very well-received and I believe could easily cover any or all of the topics you mentioned.
We also had Will McDonough speak not that long ago. He ought to be well-known enough to academics, if not John Q. Public.
Hope this helps,
Pollution Prevention Specialist
Minnesota Office of Environmental Assistance
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> Hi, all,
> A bit of idea mining, if you have a moment (and sorry for the cross post)
> Our campus has a speaker program, and is willing to consider a P2 related
> speaker for their september time slot if we meet these two criteria:
> A name well known to the general public (And here I thought Amory Lovins would
> be a natural, but they weren't so sure)
> An excellent speaker (they suggested Mario Cuomo, but I don't know how well he
> would do on P2-related issues)
> I'd like your help in finding the right name that we can tie to P2 - which as
> you know is an issue that can include
> - Energy efficiency,
> - Resource efficiency,
> - Systems thinking,
> - Innovative problem solving
> You collective recommendations would be welcome.