Here is the newest “Talking Climate Justice”! In this interview, we interview COA’s Community Energy Center (CEC) Sustainable Coordinator, Spencer Gray. He shares with us his own journey in the energy field and how he reached his current position as well as very interesting insights from his experience working with sustainable energy at COA.
Spencer's experience and vision in sustainable energy are mostly based in COA, and thus he has a lot of experience working with our governance, implementation as well as challenges.
College of the Atlantic has been rated the Greenest College
in the USA for the fourth year in a row by Princeton Review,
and we became the first college to go carbon-neutral in 2007.
He also shares with us the particularity of CEC managing sustainable energy in isolated remote islands, like Great Duck Island and Mount Rock Island (both COA's offshore island campus extension), and his own vision of sustainable energies for the future of the world! If you are interested in knowing about how things work out at College of the Atlantic, the level of student's involvement in decision making where student's inputs will be turned into campus' projects and thus bring and create innovation in our COA everyday life, this will definitely give you that and more.
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