Date: Saturday March 17th
Place: Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
Natural gas has long been considered a clean alternative to other fossil fuels. Indeed, governments and major businesses are pursuing greenhouse gas reduction strategies that center around natural gas, with renewables playing only a supplemental role. Yet modern science undercuts many of our foundational beliefs about natural gas. This talk will address two questions: Does natural gas deserve its clean reputation? What role should it play in a clean energy future?