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Fall 2012

Number 5

 
 


Help Out a Fellow Eagle

If you have energy or environmental sector internship or job shadowing opportunities for current BC students, please contact BCEEAN at envrn@bc.edu.

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Eagles Reflect on National Fiscal Policy

Two distinguished alumni offer perspectives on whether national policy gridlock impairs alumni energy and environmental entrepreneurs.

Is National Gridlock on Fiscal Policy Hurting Green Alumni Entrepreneurs?

loopTony Giunta '82, MS'85, CEO of AMENICO, which collects and converts recycled cooking oils into a biomass–based renewable diesel fuel, argues, "yes." More





Subsidies and the Institutional Energy Efficiency Business


Scott R. Sidell '81, PhD, CEO of First Sustainable, LLC, contends experience with Italy's shifting government policies led him to develop a market–based business model insulated from current U.S. national policy debates. More





Eagle Soars in Award–Winning Documentary and Exquisite Book

Renowned National Geographic photographer James Balog '74 is the subject of big–screen documentary Chasing Ice and author of Ice: Portraits of Vanishing Glaciers. More





Kuwait: Politics and Oil in the Gulf

Kathleen T. Bailey '76, adjunct associate professor of political science, introduces BC study–abroad students to "the adventure of a lifetime." More






Reflections on Nine Months in New Zealand

Noah P. Snyder, director of BC's Environmental Studies Program, returns from sabbatical with renewed energy and big plans for BC. More






Eagles on the Move

Attorney Tom Burton '93, JD'96, leads Mintz Levin's innovative Energy & Clean Technology team, combining technology, project finance and development, and government relations practices.
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Seeking Environmental Student Project Ideas!

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Don't miss a chance to mentor fellow Eagles and benefit from free consulting!
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