Archive for June, 2012
At the second International Environment Forum, IEA Key member Aaron Ko provides some thoughts motivating to save energy in ways that everyone can accomplish. His goal is not to provide all the answers, but instead to simply get individuals to start thinking about how to save energy in their daily lives. Here is a complete […]
We are so grateful that USC Professor Najmedin Meshkati agreed to speak at the 2012 Sino-American Juvenile International Energy Alliance Environment Conference that took place on June 15, 2012 at No. 1 High School in Guiyang, China. As forum keynote speaker, Professor Meshkati focused on nuclear power and specifically on how proper human, organization, and technology all need to be in place in order to have a safe power plant. He emphasized the idea of a weak link in the chain of these three items will lead to disaster. Meshkati maintained that most […]
International Energy Alliance fundraising committee reports that it successfully raised over $10,000 in funding for the second International Environment Forum (also known as the “2012 Sino-American Juvenile International Energy Alliance Environment Conference”) which took place in Guiyang, China on June 15, 2012.
Fundraising committee co-chair Andrew Hunter in the USA and co-chair Luo Xi in China started to work on fundraising in early May, and appropriated funds and fund pledges for the full required amount by the […]
Entering the 21st century, social development’s over-dependence and human beings’ excessive consumption of various sources of energy, especially non-renewable energy sources have led to degradation of the ecological environment, which worries people around the world. In order to advocate ecological civilization and green life, enhance teenagers’’ understanding of ecological civilization and green life, enhance teenagers’ understanding of ecological civilization construction, we hold the Sino-American Juvenile International Energy Alliance Environment Conference here, hoping that this […]
Jessica Murphy, senior editor for the International Energy Alliance, traveled to Guiyang, China to be a part of the 2012 Sino-American Juvenile International Energy Alliance Environment Conference which took place on June 15. Jessica’s insight into renewable energy cautions that not all renewable energy ideas are worthy of being put into place since there can be negative secondary effects or other inefficiencies. Her complete speech as was given at this conference is given below.
International Energy Alliance co-founder and executive board member, Andrew Hunter, gave a keynote speech at the 2012 Sino-American Juvenile International Energy Alliance Environment Conference. His message encouraged others to work together and seek outside assistance when taking action in helping our environment. He then discussed three significant reasons for moving away from oil and suggests renewable energy sources can be part of the solution. A complete copy of his speech is shown below.
The 2012 Sino-American Juvenile International Energy Alliance Environment Conference (aka the Second International Environment Forum) that took place June 15, 2012 in Guiyang, China was a great success and an amazing experience for all –attendees, participants, special guests, speakers, and organizers, alike.
This forum was organized by the International Energy Alliance, Hunter Programs, Guiyang Hunter Programs, and No. 1 High School. Special thanks goes out to Mr. Luo Xi (Cameron) for his forum organization efforts since without his passion and
Associa joins the list of sponsors for the Second International Environment forum held in Guiyang, China on June 15, 2012. We at the IEA are extremely grateful for this late joining sponsor that helped close the gap in the small remaining deficit in funding required for this forum. PCM is wholly owned by Associa, an […]
A few days ago, I returned from the small nation of El Salvador located in Central America. Like many small Central American nations, El Salvador’s environment suffers from the issues of exploitative mining, deforestation, and climate change, so the sight of an example of stainable energy was greatly welcomed. While in El Salvador, fourteen other […]
The second International Environment Forum scheduled to be held June 15, 2012 has gone through yet another format change as we approach the date of the forum, with the most recent changes being driven by the immense popularity and notoriety the forum is gaining. We are extremely excited to announce the most recent addition of […]
Whether we are using renewable or non-renewable energy, efficiency always is an important aspect. Although renewable energy comes from inexhaustible sources, many of the processes used to extract energy still have adverse effects on the environment. As the use of renewable energies increases, we need understand and be aware of their environmental impact. Below are several […]
JSerra Catholic High School has agreed to help sponsor the Second International Environment Forum. In fact, as the forum date rapidly approaches (June 15, 2012), the International Energy Alliance fundraising committee is receiving funding from many last minute sponsors for this important forum on the environment, and in particular, energy. JSerra Catholic High School, simply […]
As we are getting closer to the date of the Second International Environment Forum of which “energy” will be the focus, the list of honored guests and speakers lined up at this time is now available. With this list, it is apparent that this will be a very successful forum. Thank you to all the […]
The Second International Environment Forum being held on June 15 in Guiyang, China has added yet another sponsor to the quickly growing list of supporters reports the International Energy Alliance fundraising committee for the forum. PCM Property Management Company as agreed to help sponsor this forum. Donny Disbro, CEO of PCM, has a very long […]
The International Energy Alliance fundraising committee for the Second International Environment Forum is very pleased to announce that Saddleback Valley Christian Schools (SVCS) has very graciously agreed to help sponsor the forum which will take place on June 15 in Guiyang, China. The school’s International Program Director, Paul Rhee, has a long history of optimism […]
As the day approaches of what looks to be an extremely promising environment forum, the format of the second International Environment Forum scheduled to take place on June 15 (changed from June 16) comes to fruition.
Forum location is in the main auditorium of Guiyang No. 1 High School in Guiyang, the capital city of the Guizhou province in southwest China. This is absolutely the top high school in the entire province with about ten thousand students attending.
The auditorium has seating limited to eight hundred