Forum 360: Expanding the Horizons of Sustainability from Earth to Space: Space Operations 10 August 2021 1400 - 1515
In recent years, we have become increasingly and acutely aware of the limitations of our resources and the impacts we have on our home planet. Much of our response to date has been reactionary. While space is infinite, there are the similar limitations and impacts to the human experience. This panel will explore how we can take our experiences on Earth and proactively create a sustainable human space program, examining lessons from the energy industry, propulsion, and the human ecosystem.
Global Energy Transition Advisory Lead, Sustainable Technology Solutions, KBR
Director of Engineering and VIPER Project Manager, NASA Ames Research Center
Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, BWX Technologies, Inc. (BWXT)
Director, International Space Station, NASA
Senior Technical Fellow, LeoLabs
Chief Engineer, Space Technology Mission Directorate, NASA