UNC's Institute for the Environment
Chief Scientist and Chairman Emeritus
Rocky Mountain Institute
November 9th - 7PM
Public Invited * Free of Charge * Limited Seating
Lovins is an American physicist who has devoted his knowledge to researching the nexus of energy, resources, economics, development,
and security. In 1982, he cofounded Rocky Mountain Institute, a nonprofitthink tank that creates market-based solutions to aid businesses
and institutions transition to renewable energy and efficient resource management tactics. Lovins is a world-renowned consultant on
sustainable practices. The author of 31 books and over 480 papers, Lovins just released his newest book Reinventing Fire.
Lovins will discuss transforming global energy use to create a clean, prosperous, and secure energy future by reinventing fire - making the shift
from fossil fuels to energy efficiency and renewables by 2050 or sooner.