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Isaias Hernandez Featured in Newsletter

Isaias Hernandez is an educator and creative devoted to improving environmental literacy through content creation, storytelling, and public engagements.  He is more commonly known by his moniker, Queer Brown Vegan: the independent media platform he started to bring intersectional environmental education to all. His journey to deconstruct complex issues, while centering diversity and authenticity, has resonated with a…

Dan Cooper Featured in Newsletter

“The breadth and depth of the expertise at the university is phenomenal as are our talented students. There is a lot of flexibility and support here for faculty members to pursue their passions.”~Dr. Dan Cooper, Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan College of Engeineering; Associate Director of the Global CO2 Initiative (GCI) In addition…

Deepak Pant Featured in Newsletter

“As a keen observer and contributor to the carbon conversion field, I see a lot of pilots and industrial plants going up that will lead to tremendous growth in the next decade.”~Dr. Deepak Pant, Senior Scientist, Sustainable Chemistry at Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO) Deepak is currently working on electrosynthesis and resource recovery, specifically the design and…

Amy Harder Featured in Newsletter

“It can feel hard to have hope when the challenges are immense — and they are immense, to be clear! — but looking back at the progress we’ve made and knowing that progress often accelerates (especially with technology adoption) gives me hope.”~Amy Harder, Founding Executive Editor of Cipher Amy is founding executive editor of Cipher News, a publication…

Stefanie Kesting Featured in Newsletter

“I would love for more U.S. companies in the CCU, hydrogen or biomethane field to connect with European companies. I am very open to talking about joint projects in these sectors.”~Dr. Stefanie Kesting , Division Director and Speaker of the Board of Energy Solutions at NEUMAN & ESSER (NEA) GROUP; Managing Director of Arcanum Energy Systems GmbH…

The TREE Lab, led by Prof. Rohini Bala Chandran, Featured in Newsletter

“We hope this new method will reduce the price of oceanic carbon capture by reducing the energy usage, taking advantage of variable electricity pricing throughout the day, and increasing the stability of the system.”~ Rachel Silcox, Mechanical Engineering doctoral candidate, member of Prof. Rohini Bala Chandran’s TREE lab The work of the TREE Lab, led by Prof. Rohini…