In this issue:
- New Q&A with energy MBA students
- Upcoming speeches
- The Human Flourishing Project: Relaxed productivity (part 1)
New Q&A with energy MBA students
Two years ago I got an invitation from TCU professor Ed Ireland to talk to his energy MBA students. The class had read my book The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels, and Ed wanted them to have the chance to ask me their toughest questions. (You can view it here.)
It was one of the most enjoyable Q&As on energy I’ve done, and so I was excited when Ed invited me back again this year to discuss fossil fuels with a new class of energy MBAs. This time we covered a lot of interesting territory including the meaning of “sustainability,” my biggest pollution concerns, the criminalization of nuclear, and California’s commitment to be “100% CO2-free” by 2045. You can watch the entire discussion here.
I’m getting ready for a bunch of speaking engagements that are coming up in the next few weeks.
- 9/26 – California Tripartite Conference
- 10/1 – Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC)
- 10/8 – Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association (ILMA)
- 10/9 – New Mexico Oil and Gas Association (NMOGA)
The Human Flourishing Project: Relaxed productivity (part 1)
On the latest episode of The Human Flourishing Project I discuss what “relaxed productivity” is, why it’s so desirable, and what practices can help us achieve it.