Green Energy Education

  • Views: 130 Steve Johnson | "Going Green Makes Sense" | September 13, 2010 | Toledo Rotary

    Steve Johnson, the United States Green Building Council, Reconstruction and Purchasing Manager, spoke at the Toledo Rotary Club.  The lecture was entitled, "Going Green Makes Sense."

  • Views: 42 The Green Arena at Huntington Center

    Architects and designers discuss how the Huntington Center in Toledo was designed from the beginning to conserve energy, reuse materials and site the project for maximum green effects. 

  • Views: 192 Deadline NOW: Industry Goes Green

    Friday, June 26, 2009

    From global Fortune 500 corporations to small, local start-ups, industry is going green -- pursuing renewable and sustainable strategies that help the environment and the bottom line. Frank O'Brien-Bernini, Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer for Owens Corning, and Megan Reichert-Kral, Director of the University of Toledo's Clean and Alternative Energy Incubator, are host Jack Lessenberry's guests.

    On the web: www.owenscorning.com
    On the web: www.toledo.edu

  • Views: 281 Eggs 'n Issues | Green Public Spaces

    The world of public spaces is going green!  Speakers include Lucas County Comissioners Gerken and Wozniak; Owens Corning; LEED certification experts;  and a discussion of the economics of Green Means Business. Thanks to our Presenting Sponsor: Eastman & Smith, Ltd. Thanks also to our Silver Sponsor: Mosser Construction,WGTE Public Media and Buckeye CableSystem.

    Originally recorded:  May 29, 2009

  • Views: 576 Educational Alternatives

    University of Toledo College of Education is managing a program to instruct science teachers in public schools about alternative energy.  Research shows that a future economy and manufacturing will be based more on alternative energy and less on auto manufacturing.  

  • Views: 530 Green Goes Green: Alternative energy sources turn greenhouses eco-friendly

    Midwestern growers are creating a local network of grower businesses, buyers and sellers that make locally grown plants viable and affordable. They are also concentrating their energy on energy savings for the environment, and to bring down their reliance on fossil fuels.

  • Views: 109 Eggs & Issues 204 - Green Arena: Development and Design in Toledo

    The world of public spaces is going green!  Speakers include Lucas County Comissioners Gerken and Wozniak; Owens Corning; LEED certification experts;  and a discussion of the economics of Green Means Business. Thanks to our Presenting Sponsor: Eastman & Smith, Ltd. Thanks also to our Silver Sponsor: Mosser Construction,WGTE Public Media and Buckeye CableSystem.

  • Views: 544 Eggs n' Issues | Green Michigan Speedway

    Find out how the Michigan International Speedway is Going Green. By the time fans pull into MIS for a NASCAR race in 2009, it is hoped that 10 to 15 percent of the facility's energy will be produced by windmills and solar panels. Learn more about the green initiatives planned at MIS in this presentation of Eggs N' Issues, taped in February of 2009.  Speakers include:  Roger Curtis, President of MIS and Michael Printup, Sr. Dir. Facility Development.  Hosted by Carol VanSickle from the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce and Richard Johnson, Eastmas & Smith, Ltd.

    Originally recorded:  February 2009

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