Theodore Erski




His degrees, both in geography, are from Drake University (B.S., 1992), and The University of Akron (M.S., 1994).

His current professional interests lie in energy resources, globalization and development. As a social and physical scientist and teacher, he is interested in identifying and solving problems associated with energy, commodities, politics and the environment.

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Aug 17th 2015

Keeping the lights on, gasoline in our cars, and our homes comfortable, requires energy resources. These include coal, methane, petroleum, uranium, biomass, water, wind, geothermal, and sunlight. Knowing how we measure, acquire, and use these resources is critical information because human population and income aspirations are increasing, while access to the means of prosperity—energy dense and affordable resources—is at best uneven.

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