The Great Debate: Should biofuels and the renewables be critical components of U.S. energy policy

College of Communication » The Great Debate

Wednesday, November 4, 2009 | 6:30 8:30 p.m.
Tsai Performance Center (685 Commonwealth Ave.)

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Debate Participants

Affirmative:

Thomas H. Johnson
Research Professor and Director
Program of Culture and Conflict Studies
Department of National Security Affairs (NSA/JO)
Naval Postgraduate School

Marin J. Strmecki
Senior Vice President and Director of Programs
The Smith Richardson Foundation

Abram Trosky, PhD 10
Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences

Negative:

Andrew J. Bacevich
Professor of International Relations and History
Boston University

Nick B. Mills
Associate Professor of Journalism
Boston University

Kenice Mobley, MFA 11
Film Production, College of Communication

Moderator:

Robert Zelnick
Professor of Journalism
Boston University

The Great Debate is free and open to the Boston University community. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, Contact Bob Zelnick, 617.353.5007, bzelnick@bu.edu

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