Friday, July 17, 2009

Monday’s Show: Hawaii’s Biggest GHG Footprints

If Hawaii hopes to control its greenhouse gas emissions, knowing who’s laying down the carbon footprints is a must. Energy Futures will look at the who of it on Monday, July 20th when University of Hawaii economics professor Dr. Denise Konan is our guest.

Dr.Konan (pictured) will be on the show two days before delivering one of the Sakamaki Extraordinary Lecture Series presentations Wednesday evening at the University of Hawaii, sponsored by UH’s Outreach College. She’ll report the findings of her study in a lecture titled “Energy and Greenhouse Gas Solutions for Hawaii’s Economy.

Energy Futures will preview the study and search for insights when we talk with Dr. Konan, “live” at 5 pm HST (11 pm EDT) on KIPO-FM (89.3 in Hawaii) and also streamed on the Internet. We'll take your calls at 941-3689 on Oahu and 1-877-941-3689 from the neighbor islands and beyond.

Looking ahead to July 27th: Energy Futures' topic will be "Native Hawaiian Perspectives on Renewable Energy" with guests Davianna McGregor and Ramsay Taum.

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