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MS/MBA Joint Degree Students Address World Environment and Sustainability Issues

Nuclear power plants don't have to be as expensive and large as they currently are if they utilize Small Modular Nuclear Reactors, which could be the future of atomic power generation. Glorified golf carts could be an important mode of transportation for the 93% of trips that take Americans less than five miles from their home, but will require a change in consumer behavior to take hold. And charging motorists to follow certain traffic patterns could go a long way to relieving congestion.

These were some of the conclusions reached by Megan Guy, Graeme Waitzkin, and Eli Gregory--all MS/MBA Class of 2011--who, in addition to pursuing their MBA degress, are working towards their Master of Science degrees from the Stanford Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources.


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