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Energy & Environment at the College of Engineering (Video)

de Carnegie Institute of Technology - Carnegie Mellon University

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Projections estimate that global population will double by 2050 to over nine billion people. With increased energy demand from a growing population, coupled with demands of industrialization and dwindling energy resources, there is a compelling need for innovation in energy sources, production, infrastructure, distribution, cost-effectiveness, and policy. In addition, the stewardship of natural resources, the protection of eco-systems, and the evaluation and management of technology’s impact on the world has never been more crucial. We leverage our strengths in these areas along with our commitment to green technology. We are committed to contributing energy and environmental solutions, methods and products for business and government around the world and working with our partners to develop effective solutions.