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John Byrne
John ByrneChairman and CEOFoundation for Renewable Energy & Environment445 Fifth Avenue, Suite 28ANew York, NY 10016 USACell: +302.563.5176E-mail: jb@freefutures.orgWebsite: http://freefutures.org/ John Byrne is the Chairman and CEO of the Foundation for Renewable Energy... show more



John ByrneChairman and CEOFoundation for Renewable Energy & Environment445 Fifth Avenue, Suite 28ANew York, NY 10016 USACell: +302.563.5176E-mail: jb@freefutures.orgWebsite: http://freefutures.org/ John Byrne is the Chairman and CEO of the Foundation for Renewable Energy & Environment (FREE). The Foundation was created in 2011 with a mission of promoting a better future based on energy, water and materials conservation, renewable energy use, environmental resilience, and sustainable livelihoods. He is also Distinguished Professor of Energy and Climate Policy and Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy (CEEP) at the University of Delaware. He has contributed since 1992 to Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and shares the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with the Panel’s authors. Dr. Byrne is the architect of the Sustainable Energy Utility (SEU) and its innovative energy efficiency bond program, which received U.S. White House recognition as part of the nation’s Better Buildings Challenge. His work has been funded by the World Bank, UNEP, the Blue Moon Fund, the National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Energy, and the U.S. EPA, among others. He has published 17 books and over 150 research articles.

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Birth date: July 06, 1960
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Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 6 months ago
I mean, Absolute Vision? And I'd heard not to expect everything to be Vision. But there were completely unrelated stories that meant Vision didn't show up until about a hundred pages in, then went away, then was all but gone for a while. (He was on page, but not functioning.) I understand wh...
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Brian's Book Blog rated it 11 months ago
Collection of late '70s/early '80s era Marvel comics involving Ant Man.Hank Pym has given up the role and operates as Yellow Jacket. Ex-con Scott Lang breaks into his house and discovers the Ant Man uniform and manages to make it work for him.There's the origin story, an Iron Man/Hulk story (with a ...
MadgeWhitlin
MadgeWhitlin rated it 1 year ago
I finally, finally got my hands on some of the comics! I've seen the movies several times and loved them, but I always wondered if the comics were as good, or better. Now...I'm not sure. I very much enjoyed this first volume, but I think I like the movies just a little bit more. I was kind of surpri...
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Midu Reads rated it 2 years ago
Old Faves in New Flavors The Hobbit Graphic Novel The novel stayed true to the book. However, I wasn't too impressed with the artwork. It could have been more attractive. Given that I've just finished reading Monstress, it is no surprise that everything else looks almost dull in comparison! ...
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Midu Reads rated it 2 years ago
I finished Hellboy Vol. 1 Seed of Destruction & loved every bit of it. I would have loved it even more, if there was more Liz to go around. The artwork is so beautiful but what do I know because I haven’t read more than ten graphic novels/comics in my life. However, that is all about to change! ...
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