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.
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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 […]
The IEA is very pleased to announce the second international environment forum which will take place June 16, 2012. The forum will take place at Guiyang No. 1 High School. Scholars, college students, and high school students from the U.S., China, and other countries are welcome to attend and participate.
The IEA is serving as one of the organizers, and IEA leadership and members from the U.S. are planning to attend. The details of this forum will be forthcoming very soon, so check back frequently for updates.
The last forum took place in June of 2010 and was a great experience for all who attended. This year the forum is promising to be much larger with many more participants. At this website there are photos and details from the last forum which may be found by searching on “forum.”
If you are considering attending, please let us know if you need details regarding the forum, participants, or travel.
It is with great enthusiasm that we welcome the first Chinese energy club in joining our International Energy Alliance. In communications with Zhong Haozhong, a tenth grade student from Guiyang No. 1 High School in the province of Guizhou, Zhong has acknowledged that his energy club has been formed and is officially recognized by his school. His school is very prestigious and we greatly look forward to the participation and views of new members and students from the energy club at Guiyang No. 1 High School, Guizhou Province, China. Recently, there has been great news about China and its efforts in clean energy. In fact, the New