Interview with Mark Ouseley: Biogas, Realistic Green Homes and Sustainability
Last week we met with Mark Ouseley, a Queen’s PhD student studying biogas technology and its applications. He’s working with Dr. Warren Mabee in the Department of Geography. We spoke about some really neat topics, including:
☀️ The barriers to implementing biogas in Canada
☀️ Government policies to promote sustainability
☀️ The “climate emergency”
☀️ Are extravagant technologies – like Tesla cars and high-end custom homes – actually practical?
We learned a lot from it and hope you will too. Thanks Mark!
If you want to read more about his team’s work, visit their Redi Lab webpage at queensu.ca/geographyandplanning/redi/home.