CEP: Commentary - The Great Water-Energy-Food Challenge

October
,
2014

Past presidents of AIChE and IChemE issue a call to arms for the international chemical engineering community.

 

Author Bios: 

Dr. Dale L. Keairns

Dr. Keairns has over 40 years experience in industry, consulting, teaching and service through professional society initiatives. The last ten years have focused on energy systems analysis and planning activities to guide technology research and development needs for the Nation’s energy future, supporting energy research programs, management responsibility for strategic energy projects, and supporting the development of technology roadmaps for future energy systems.  This work was carried out through a support contract to the Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory...Read more

Henry T. Kohlbrand

Henry T. Kohlbrand is a chemical industry management and technology consultant. He recently retired from a 36-year career at The Dow Chemical Company where he worked in a variety of senior leadership roles in R&D; Manufacturing; Environmental, Health & Safety; and Sustainability. He has led global teams in areas ranging from process technology to new business development to intellectual asset management. Hank served on the Board of Directors of AIChE and was the 2010 President of AIChE. He has also provided leadership to a number of non-profit boards and organizations....Read more

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