Clean-tech and Sustainability professional, Tony Green is known as a voice of sustainability and the adoption of alternative energy technologies. Using his 15+ years of experience in high-tech and clean-tech as engineer and later in sales and marketing allow him to speak “engineer” as well as “people” while explaining complicated topics in easy to understand terminology.
A sought-after speaker, Tony has presented to various Lions Clubs, Kiwanis Clubs and Rotaries. Prior to his professional career, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, an M.B.A with a focus on Technology Management, and served in the U.S. Navy as a Reactor Operator aboard a nuclear powered submarine.
Tony is a regular contributor to http://www.greenpowerresearch.com a blog designed to provide insights into the world of green power.
If you are a professional looking to increase the bottom line or an enthusiast looking to learn more about all things green, Tony helps keep you up to date with the latest in sustainability and alternative energy technologies, as well as giving practical advice on how to save money while saving the planet.
Alternative Energy, Sustainability, Nuclear Power, Soil Remediation, Water Conservations, Green Materials, Advanced Materials, Lithium Ion Batteries, Utilities
Of all of the water in world only 3.5% is freshwater suitable for drinking and less than .001% is
available throughout the planets’ rivers, lakes and streams.
As populations rise, and the effect of global climate are felt clear as surface temperatures rise
water will become scarcer. The United Nation has stated conflicts between rival countries could
arise over access to water supplies. As water shortages become more increasingly urgent
countries may resort to violence to quench their thirsts.
Here about how innovative water technologies are the key to ensuring the nations of the world
will never come to a point will wars will be waged for the right to people to have drinking
access to safe drinking water.
There is a close connection, or nexus, between energy and water. It takes a significant amount of water to create energy. Energy is also used in great quantities during the supply and treatment of waste water. For the year 2011 in the United States electricity from fossil fuels and
nuclear energy required 190 billion gallons of water a day accounting for 39% of all the freshwater withdrawals while 4% off all power generation was used for water supply and treatment.
Water and energy problems are connected to each other in such a way that, in spite of some partial and short-term success, partial responses are bound to fail in the
long-term. Water and energy policy, planning and management must be integrated to encourage
conservation, motivate innovation and ensure sustainable use of water and energy. Hear about how interconnection of water and energy and how these two resources will be
The drought has recently attention to the largest users of water as the levels of our reservoir dwindle to levels unseen in many years. In the state of California nearly 50% of the water designated for human use is used for agriculture. The water required is not only used to growing the food but for storing, cooling, and transporting the food from where it is grown to where it is consumed.
The reality is society has to pay for food is the water and land required to produce the crops needed for food. However, there are behaviors we can practice to help ease the burden placed on our water supply to product the food we consume.
Learn about what you can do today to conserve this precious resource.
Environment and Conservation
I believe if people in general had a better understanding of how alternative/clean technologies worked there would much less comprehension and fear toward adopting these technologies.
Value to Sponsor
I am invited to speak to the residents and staff of Kensington Place in Columbus, Ohio on Tuesday August 30, 2016. The topic will be five “small” things you can do which can have a huge impact on the environment. The audience will include seniors who are eager to learn about the small steps they can take to reduce their carbon footprint. I am seeking $500 sponsorship in exchange for displaying signage as well as mentioning partnership information during my speech. Additional sponsor benefits can be customized and are negotiable.
I am invited to speak to at the International of Chemical Engineering in Phoenix, Arizona from September 12 to September 14. The topic will be “Chemical Engineer: Their Untold Contribution to Society”. The audience will include Chemical Engineers from academia and industry from all around the world. I am seeking $1,500 sponsorship in exchange for displaying signage as well as mentioning partnership information during my speech. Additional sponsor benefits can be customized and are negotiable.
I am invited to speak to Rotary Club in Paramount, California on Tuesday September 6, 2016. The topic will be “The true meaning of sustainability to seniors”. The audience will include seniors who are eager to learn how being sustainable can provide a positive impact to their lives. I am seeking $500 sponsorship in exchange for displaying signage as well as mentioning partnership information during my speech. Additional sponsor benefits can be customized and are negotiable.
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