(L to R) Fred Cook, Director USC Annenberg Center for Public Relations (CPR) and CEO, Golin, asks a question of the panel consisting of Neil Golightly, VP of Energy Transition Strategy, U.S. Shell Oil Co., Brenna Clairr O’Tierney, USC Annenberg (CPR) alumna and External Realtions Advisor, Shell Oil Co., and Don Paul, Executive Director of the USC Energy Institute. The panel took part in an event titled “Future of Energy,” that was sponsored by the USC Annenberg Center for Public Relations and took place in Wallis Annenberg Hall on September 13, 2016.
This article was originally published by the Daily Trojan.
By MATT ROSS
The Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism hosted the “Future of Energy” forum on Tuesday night in the Wallis Annenberg Hall lobby. The panel aimed to discuss the transition of energy in the coming years to meet the needs of a growing global population and to address some of the major environmental challenges of our time.
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