April 4, 2030


Description

In this session, we’ll re-imagine the role of an energy engineer that is curious, multi-skilled, constantly learning, who can see the world through the eyes of the circular economy, who sees waste streams as cheap feedstock, who innovates to radically improve resource efficiencies, and who is able to not just reduce negative impacts to people and the environment, but learns how to regenerate healthy ecosystems and communities.


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Speaker: Flora Moon
Speaker Flora Moon
Flora Moon is the sustainability director for Expressworks, a change management consultancy that helps clients navigate systemic change. For SPE, she is the Vice Chair of the SPE Sustainable Development Technical Section, serves on the GAIA Initiative steering committee and has authored papers on sustainability and strategy. She received the …

Flora Moon is the sustainability director for Expressworks, a change management consultancy that helps clients navigate systemic change. For SPE, she is the Vice Chair of the SPE Sustainable Development Technical Section, serves on the GAIA Initiative steering committee and has authored papers on sustainability and strategy. She received the 2020 Sustainability and Stewardship Award from the Gulf Coast Region. Her petrochemical clients over the past 15 years include DuPont, Williams, Halliburton, and Chevron. Flora is engaged in creating capability and capacity in local, national, and international organizations and is the co-designer of a sustainability investment strategy for Merrill Lynch/Bank of America. Previously, Flora was an award-winning documentary filmmaker.

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Organizer

SPE-GCS Administrator


Date and Time

Thu, April 4, 2030

noon - 2 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

Pricing

  • On Demand Recording
    $5.00
    (ends 04/04/2030)
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