Interview with Dr. Edith Newton Wilson #7
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Edith Newton Wilson, Ph.D., works to engage emerging professionals in energy solutions for a changing world. With degrees from Dartmouth and Johns Hopkins, Edith is a Fellow of the Society of Economic Geologists and the Geological Society. Her global career began with Amoco, BP, and Phillips, and culminated in founding Rock Whisperer, a renewable energy and climate mitigation consultancy. Our conversation about energy had really made me understand why energy is so useful: it gets throughout the day by keeping us alive, going to work, eating food, and beyond. Listen to this episode to learn about energy, why it's so important, and how and why we will change to a cleaner source of energy!
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