Geddes Simpson Lecture: Building the sustainable car – 09 . 22, 2016

This year’s Geddes W. Simpson Lecturer is Dr. David Greene. He’ll speak on “Building the sustainable car: History lessons from 40 years of regulating automotive carbon emissions” at the Buchanan Alumni House, Thursday 09 . 22nd, 3:30-5:00. Please see attached announcement for details.

Dr. Green is a lifetime National Associate of the U.S. National Academies. He is the recipient of the Transportation Research Board’s Roy W. Crum Award, the Society of Automotive Engineers’ Barry D. McNutt Award for Excellence in Automotive Policy Analysis, the Department of Energy’s Hydrogen R&D Award, and the Department of Energy’s Distinguished Career Service Award. Dr. Greene was recognized by the IPCC for contributing to its receipt of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize. He has provided testimony to Congress on a dozen occasions. His research interests are focused on energy use in transportation and policies to reduce petroleum consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, and achieving a transition to sustainable energy.