SLCC director represents Gulf Region at energy transition conference

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South Louisiana Community College’s Tammie Moore recently represented Acadiana, Louisiana and the Gulf Region at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s workshop, “Navigating the Energy Transition in the Gulf of Mexico,” reports St. Mary Now.

Moore, who is SLCC’s Morgan City and Franklin campus director and a member of the St. Mary Parish School Board, joined 25 representatives from the five Gulf states in discussing scenarios for a collaborative and collective approach to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050.

Participants from government, industry, academia and Gulf communities considered strategies to overcome potential challenges and enable opportunities for their areas to thrive in the coming decades. Read the entire story.