Forum: Green Civil War Over Utility-Scale Solar Power - Prof. Dustin Mulvaney

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Mountain View Community Center

201 S Rengstorff Ave · Mountain View, CA

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We currently meet in the Maple Room. For directions to the MV Community Center, please see the directions that are given at the very bottom of the description of this Forum. Thanks.

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Join us this Sunday as we hear from Dustin Mulvaney, associate professor in Environmental Studies at San Jose State University. We'll be learning about the potential environmental impacts of new energy technologies and how California might achieve low carbon energy while preserving biodiversity.

Prof. Mulvaney will also discuss some ideas from his new book "Solar Power Innovation, Sustainability, and Environmental Justice" (see https://www.ucpress.edu/book/9780520288171/solar-power). He will have some copies of his book for sale after his talk.

After the Forum, please join us for a lunch at 12:30pm. The lunch is complimentary for first-time visitors and students.

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DIRECTIONS TO RENGSTORFF PARK AND THE MAPLE ROOM

Head south (away from the Bay) on Rengstorff Ave. (in Mountain View) from 101 or Central Expressway until you cross the train tracks. Then turn left at the intersection (with a traffic light) that says "Stanford Ave.-->" and
"<--Community Center". That puts you into the Community Center's parking lot. In the parking lot, veer to the right, and then turn left, and park alongside the right-hand side of the Community Center. Enter where you see the Humanist Community sign.