Research Professor of History at Southern Methodist University
Pro to the question "Can Alternative Energy Effectively Replace Fossil Fuels?"
"The opportunity exists today to develop vibrant renewable energy industries in the United States and Canada that create jobs and wealth by using our abundant domestic renewable energy resources...
By increasing our shift from burning fossil fuels to using our own renewable energy, REP [Renewable Energy Payment] policies will improve our states’, provinces’ and nations’ energy security by lessening our reliance on imported fossil fuels. They will help each state, province and nation reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and achieve their long-term renewable energy goals.
Our federal, state, and provincial legislatures should enact these policies as quickly as possible to create a cleaner, healthier, and wealthier future for our current citizens and for future generations."
"Renewable Energy Payments Endorsement Statement," www.allianceforrenewableenergy.org (accessed June 18, 2009)
Experts Individuals with PhDs, heads of government, members of state or federal legislative bodies, and individuals with graduate degrees and significant post-graduate involvement in alternative energy or fossil fuel issues. [Note: Experts definition varies by site.]
Involvement and Affiliations:
Research Professor, History, Southern Methodist University
Emeritus Professor, History, University of Texas at El Paso
National Council Member, American Prairie Foundation
Member, Sierra Club, American Wind Energy Association, Organization of American Historians, American Society of Environmental Historians, Forest History Association, and the Western History Association
Associate Professor, University of Wyoming, 1973-1988
Assistant Professor, California State Polytechnic University of Pomona, 1969-1973
Instructor, San Jose State Univeristy, 1967-1969
PhD, History, University of California at Santa Barbara, 1968
MA, San Jose State University, 1963
BA, Willamette University, 1955
Phone: 915-747-5508, University of Texas at El Paso Department of History Fax: 915-747-5948, University of Texas at El Paso Department of History Email:[email protected] Website:Department of History
The Battle over Hetch Hetchy: America's Most Controversial Dam and the Birth of Modern Environmentalism, 2005
Coedited with Martin J. Pasqualette and Paul Gripe, "Wind Power in View: Energy Landscapes in a Crowded World," 2001
"Reaping the Wind: The Jacobs Brothers, Montana's Pioneer Windsmiths," Montana: The Magazine of Western History, Winter 1996
Wind Energy In America: A History, 1996
"National Monuments to National Parks: The Use of the Antiquities Act of 1906," Western Historical Quarterly, Aug. 1989