On the July edition of Environmentally Sound, host Larry Burns, vice president for external affairs at The University of Toledo, discusses the latest developments in alternative energy and sustainability efforts in the greater Toledo area.
In this month’s episode:
- Sridhar Viamajala, UT assistant professor of chemical and environmental engineering, discusses a new research facility to test the best ways to make biofuels from algae.
- Ohio Department of Development Assistant Director Mark Barbash tells us what it means for the area to be designated the “Northwest Ohio Solar Energy Hub.”
- Carol Miller, the head of Wayne State University’s Committee on Environmental Initiatives, talks about what the University is doing to bring environmental and energy research and commercialization to the Motor City.
- And Chicago Tribune reporter Joel Hood provides the latest information in the fight to prevent Asian Carp from entering the Great Lakes.