Troy presents ecological research for Baltimore Ecosystem

By Staff

Austin Troy, associate professor of planning at CU Denver, gave two invited presentations related to the research for his book “The Very Hungry City.”

For the Baltimore Ecosystem Study’s (BES) annual meeting, Troy’s keynote address was titled, “What urban energy metabolism means for sustainability and competitiveness.” BES is one of two urban long-term ecological research projects from the National Science Foundation. At the meeting, Austin’s book was tagged “BES Book of the Year.”

His other presentation was “Urban Energy Metabolism, Sustainable Communities, and Economic Competitiveness,” presented for TEDx MidAtlantic in Washington, D.C