Kathy WirtanenAdministrative, Facility& Conference AssistantP: (540) 464-7361F: (540) 464-7396 Center for Leadership & EthicsVMI, Marshall Hall500 Anderson DriveLexington, VA 24450
Energy and Water Quality Paper Session Moderator: Tamim Younos, Cabell Brand Center
Synthesizing Lessons-learned for Future Decision-making – Uranium Mining/Milling Evaluation Experience in Virginia Moderator: Major Howard Sandborn, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of International Studies and Political Science, Virginia Military Institute
This is not a debate about uranium mining/milling, or a debate at all. It is an opportunity to capture lessons learned from last several years considering uranium mining in Virginia; such as acceptable levels of risk, gaps in science, governmental decision making, public education, siting projects, and more. Finally, as societal decision making becomes more and more complicated, how do we synthesize results from a variety of research areas to make informed decisions?
Off-Shore WindModerator: Rick Weeks, DEQ
Potential Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing on Water Resources and George Washington National ForestModerator: Benjamin Koopferstock, Student, Washington & Lee University School of Law - Journal of Energy, Climate, & the Environment
Geothermal Heating and Energy ConservationModerator: Tamim Younos, Ph.D., Executive Vice President, Cabell Brand CenterGreg Kozera, President, Virginia Oil and Gas Association