Sustainable Loudoun and REHAU Awards Ceremony for LCHS Science Fair Students
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Come and join on Thursday April 28th at REHAU for our annual awards ceremony to four well deserving students for science projects in environmentalism.
Update: Absolutely so excited to be presenting Tony Noerpel as our guest speaker!
Bio: Tony Noerpel is a satellite communications engineer and inventor. He has 36 US patents including the integration of GPS with satellite communications and using unmanned aeronautical vehicles or high altitude platforms for high throughput communications. He founded sustainable Loudoun in 2005. He writes a column for the Blue Ridge Leader focused on the human condition including human-caused climate change.
Abstract: In 1984 the Earth scientist Wally Broecker wrote “How to Build a Habitable Planet”. In 2012, the geochemist Charles Langmuir updated this classic work to account for the science progress that had occurred during the 28 preceding years. This is the story of Earth from the Big Bang to Humankind. Tony will tell this remarkable story focusing on new science discovered since 2012 and new discoveries . It is a celebration of what we know and what we’ve yet to find out.
1501 Leesburg Ferry Rd
Leesburg, VA. 20176
Thursday April 28th @ 6pm.