Event: Sightline in Portland, On Coal Exports

A talk at PSU with an emphasis on science.
This post is part of the research project: Northwest Coal Exports

I’ll be speaking at Portland State University next week. If you’re hanging around the Rose City and you can’t stop obsessing about coal exports, you might want to check it out.

Here are the details:

Where: Simon Benson House, Portland State University, 1803 SW Park Avenue. (A campus map is here.)

When: Wed, Jan 23, 2013
5:30-6:30pm Socializing with light snacks and wine
6:30-7:00pm Eric de Place: presentation and discussion
7:00-8:30pm Socializing with light snacks and wine

Who: Sigma Xi members, faculty, students, public. Each member is encouraged to bring a guest. No admission fee.

More info here.

Thanks to Sigma Xi Columbia-Willamette Chapter and Northwest Friends of the Union of Concerned Scientists for putting on the event. Given the audience, I’ll be focusing this talk on what the science tells us about key dimensions of the Northwest coal export proposals.

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Comments

  1. llfrieda Peters says:

    Will sightline have a news article on this event “Sightline in Portland, On Coal Exports?”

  2. mk says:

    great for my homework, we recently finished an energy teach in and I was fascinated by coal so now I am writing to the govoner to prevent coal exports thru portland oregon, now all I need is one single pro so that he sees what “good”coal can do

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