Amory B. Lovins, environmental scientist, physicist, author, co-founder and chief scientist of the Rocky Mountain Institute will discuss energy and global change on Thursday, Oct. 12, at Franklin & Marshall College.
An F&M Mueller Fellow, Lovins, author of the 2011 book, “Reinventing Fire,” is a pioneer in energy efficiency and resource sustainability. He has worked on energy policy for more than four decades. Time magazine named him one of the world’s 100 most influential people in 2009.
Lovins’ talk, “Astonishing Futures and the Future of Global Change,” is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. in Mayser Gym for F&M’s Common Hour, a community discussion conducted every Thursday classes are in session.