Fort Lewis College’s Lifelong Learning lecture this week will focus on EVs
The lecture will be broadcast over the internet. Anyone can participate in the Thursday (25 Feb) meeting and ask questions via the chat button on Zoom. Shortly before the 7 PM start direct your computer’s browser to www.fortlewis.edu/LLL, and click on the box at the upper right that says “Join via Zoom”. If you do not yet have the required Zoom software on your laptop or other camera-bearing device, it is a free download from: zoom.us.
A non-interactive video recording of the lecture will be available for viewing at any time from the following day (26 Feb) through Wednesday (3 Mar). The lecture will be of interest to any EV-interested person, but it may be especially timely for Durangoans. The city of Durango is about to embark on stakeholder listening sessions to guide policies for adoption of electric vehicles. The lecture may help viewers more fully understand the issues that will frame the city’s March listening sessions.
The lecture will be presented by Mark Swanson, retired senior engineer at Intel Corporation, and Deborah Lycan, retired professor of Molecular Biology at Lewis & Clark College. They promise to discuss how electric vehicles differ from internal combustion cars and how your next road trip could be carbon-emissions-free.