The following is taken from the Lifelong Learning of Hilton Head Island’s winter course catalog.

Focus on Energy
How will the globalized world continue to meet its energy needs in the face of rising economic development, armed conflicts, climate change and environmental concerns? Will the depletion of fossil fuels meet with sustainable solutions in time? For analysis and alternatives to these vital questions, we have invited six guest lecturers at our Saturday Lecture Series.

Jan. 21 The End of Oil?
A Political & Economic Overview of the Fossil Fuel Age
by Professor John Creed, Dept. of Political Science, College of Charleston

Jan 28 Oil Demand, Supply, and Reserve Life
by Fritz Voigt, Senior Executive (ret) ExxonMobil

Feb 4 Natural Gas Demand, Supply, and Reserve Life
by Fritz Voigt, Senior Executive (ret) ExxonMobil

Feb 11 History Brief: The Savannah River Plant
by William Mottel, Former Manager of Savannah River Plant,
Current Member Governor’s Nuclear Advisory Board

Is the Nuclear Revival Real?
by J. Malvyn McKibben, Executive Director of Citizens Technical Awareness

Feb 18 Global Warming & Climate Change
by Professor Greg Carbone, Climatologist
Department of Geography, University of South Carolina

Feb 25 Alternative Energy: Wind, Solar & Hydrogen
by Louis Zeller , Director: The Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League

Six Sessions: 10 – 12 Saturdays: Jan. 21, 28; Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25
Public Service District No 1, Community Room
20 Oak Park Rd off Mathews Drive

This LLHHI Saturday Lecture Series is sponsored by Dan Fuller
of Smith Barney, Hilton Head, and is open to the public.




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