I am intertested in the intersection between energy and water flows in the U.S. Here a presentation I gave at the Harvard Energy Journal Club. >
At Harvard University, I enjoyed the class taught by Daniel Schrag on how to tackle climate change. For the final project, we had to design an energy scenario, which aimed an 83% reduction of CO2 emissions by 2050. Here, a diagram that summarizes the proposed solution.
The final document can be accesed here.
We will talk about what we can do to reduce our environmental impact, as well as the science behind climate change and water/plastic pollution. Presentation will be updated soon.
People assign to food different connotations and emotions: some see food as an element of connection with their peers, others see food as a unique representation of their culture, and still others see food as fuel to get them through their day. No matter how you perceive it, food systems crucially contribute to your personal environmental impact and represent a significant part of the national energy budget. Here a presentation I gave at the Harvard Energy Journal Club.