Pitt's World Summit of Fossil Fuel Researchers, Environmental Policy Experts Focused on More Efficient, Responsible Use of Coal

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Each day of the conference begins at 8:20 a.m. with an address by the leading thinkers and practitioners of better coal use. The Sept. 21 panel on energy production and policy includes a discussion of how to make clean coal a reality by Carnegie Mellon University professor M. Granger Morgan, who specializes in climate change, carbon sequestration, and advanced energy policy, and a presentation on international cooperation on combating climate change by Al Whitehouse, director of the U.S. Department of Interior's international program.

 Read the article online, in English from University of Pittsburgh News.