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Energy Transitions: A Systems Approach Including Marcellus Shale Gas Development
 

Summary: Energy Transitions: A Systems Approach Including
Marcellus Shale Gas Development
A Report of a Study Group Sponsored by
The Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future
Cornell University
Al George (Systems Engineering & Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering), Susan Christopherson
(City & Regional Planning), Kieran Donaghy (City & Regional Planning), Deb Grantham (Cornell
Cooperative Extension), Rod Howe (Cornell Cooperative Extension), Jeffrey Jacquet (Natural Re-
sources), Teresa Jordan (Earth & Atmospheric Sciences), David Kay (Development Sociology), Mi-
chael Moore (University of Calgary), Linda Nozick (Systems Engineering and Civil & Environmen-
tal Engineering), Susan Riha (NYS Water Resources Institute and Earth & Atmospheric Sciences),
Robert Ross (Paleontological Research Institution), Richard Stedman (Natural Resources), Jeff
Tester (Sustainable Energy Institute and Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering)
W. VA
Energy Transitions: A Systems Approach August 2011 version
Page 2
Energy Transitions: A Systems Approach Including
Marcellus Shale Gas Development
Executive Summary
In the 21st century new sources of energy will be needed across the globe, as easily available fossil

  

Source: Angenent, Lars T. - Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University

 

Collections: Renewable Energy; Engineering