What technological options, available or on the horizon, appear best suited to the goals of ensuring the availability of energy, reducing risks associated with reliance on oil, and stabilizing greenhouse gas emissions?
In this conversation, Rutgers researcher Paul Falkowski and NJIT R&D Vice President Don Sebastian explore alternative ways to meet future energy needs and consider possible timelines for different scenarios. A professor of geology and biological oceanography, Falkowski serves as acting director of the Rutgers Energy Institute. Sebastian is a chemical engineer and research manager who has led statewide initiatives in areas such as nanotechnology and stem cell research.
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