Leidy Kotz

 

 


 

Leidy is an engineering faculty member at Clemson University where he teaches courses like this one and does research on related topics. Prior to becoming an academic, Leidy worked managing school construction projects in New Jersey. And before getting a real job, he played for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds professional soccer team in 2000 and 2001. Leidy and his beautiful wife, Monica, live in Clemson, SC where most of their climate-changing emissions come from travel to visit family or the beach.




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Jun 12th 2017

This course takes learners on a journey through a progression of systems-thinking and sustainability concepts. Using the beautiful game of soccer as an analogy, we'll work together to illuminate real-world interdependencies (such as between climate change and human rights), building the chain of concepts in a fun, accessible way. Soccer nerds and newbies alike will be entertained and, ultimately, rewarded with the epiphanies that come from seeing in systems more clearly.

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Jun 2nd 2014

Here is your chance to change the course of history! In this eight-week experience, you will begin developing profitable social and technological innovations to tackle our pressing energy and climate obligations.

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Apr 21st 2014

In this course you will evaluate more sustainable ways to use and supply energy.

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