Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Scott Anders drives a fuel-efficient car, consciously lives in an energy-friendly home equipped with solar panels and, since October 2005, has been at the helm of important academic and research work done by the nonprofit Energy Policy Initiatives Center (EPIC) in the University of San Diego’s School of Law.
“I’m an energy geek, admittedly,” he stated. “When I see stuff, I see energy and I see carbon. Everything we have and do basically has embedded energy in it.”
So it’s no surprise that Anders can weigh in on the inaugural USD One Challenge, a campus-wide awareness and solution-oriented community project focused this spring on issues concerning the environment, specifically wasteful production and consumption. (more)