NASA to Host Green Summit

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Image: davismechanical.net
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NASA may be known best for its work beyond the blue skies, but in September the space agency will host a Green Aviation Summit to highlight its contributions to creating environmentally friendly aviation technologies.

The two-day meeting at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif., will bring together experts from the space agency, other federal government organizations, industry and academia.

The summit will feature keynote presentations by leading policymakers as well as detailed technical presentations and panel discussions on the current state-of-the-art and emerging technologies. Topics include government partnerships, noise and emission reduction, and alternative fuels.

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden will address the participants Sept. 8.

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