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Wayne Leighty: Implications of Climate Stabilization for Energy Use in Transportation: The Demand Side of Shifting Away from Petroleum Use

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Wayne Leighty: Implications of Climate Stabilization for Energy Use in Transportation: The Demand Side of Shifting Away from Petroleum Use

Implications of Climate Stabilization for Energy Use in Transportation: The Demand Side of Shifting Away from Petroleum Use

Wayne Leighty joined the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis in 2006. Leighty’s research in the Sustainable Transportation Energy Program at ITS-Davis has included modeling of optimal petroleum production, analysis of barriers and benefits to repowering in the California wind industry, study of short-term electricity conservation behavior, and modeling of transition paths in the transportation system to achieve deep reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. Currently, Leighty works in Alaska with Shell Oil in the Regulatory Affairs and Permitting group of Sustainable Development.

The Aquarium of the Pacific hosted a forum called “After the Gulf: What Did We Learn?” on October 21 and 22, 2010.

Video Posted: February 23, 2011




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