Regional Energy Outlook – Young Academic‘s Perspectives

Tuesday, 10. October 2006 | 9:20 Uhr


Michelle Grant



Youth as a key stakeholder is where the future lies! Four regional teams of two people each from YES offered presentations and workshops on the subject of energy.


Michelle Grant

Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental) 1st Class Honours
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Accreditation: Institute Chemical Engineers, Institute Engineers Australia

Senior Secondary Certificate
The Cathedral School, Townsville, Australia
Result Obtained: Overall Position (OP): 1

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