Three from state universities on Crist's Energy Action Team
Gov. Charlie Crist included three state university academicians on his new Energy Action Team, a 21-member group created to develop Florida’s Energy and Climate Change Action Plan - part of the Republican governor's recent environmental push.
Dr. Lonnie Ingram, professor of microbiology at the University of Florida; Camille Coley, executive assistant vice president for research at Florida Atlantic University; and James Fenton, of the University of Central Florida's Solar Energy Center, will serve on the team.
They have until October 2008 to come up with proposals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and finding alternative fuel sources.