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Green Century Part I: A Means to an End

Wednesday, 24 July 2013 12:38 By Tony Pereira, Green Century | Video
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Tony Pereira

Tony Pereira is a UCLA ME PhD, professor, scientist and researcher as well as founder, president and CEO of the Institute for Sustainable Engineering, dedicated to the creation of self-sufficient communities and a sustainable society. He can be reached at  solartony@gmail.com.

 


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Green Century Part I: A Means to an End

Wednesday, 24 July 2013 12:38 By Tony Pereira, Green Century | Video
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Tony Pereira

Tony Pereira is a UCLA ME PhD, professor, scientist and researcher as well as founder, president and CEO of the Institute for Sustainable Engineering, dedicated to the creation of self-sufficient communities and a sustainable society. He can be reached at  solartony@gmail.com.

 


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