Moving toward energy security and mitigating climate change will require a broad, sustained commitment on all levels of U.S. society, according to alumni panelists. The Oct. 1 discussion was part of Cornell's celebration of the new Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.

William Schulze, the Kenneth L. Robinson Professor of Agricultural Economics and Public Policy, moderated the panel. Speakers were John Dyson '65, chairman of Millbrook Capital Management Inc.; Daniel Goldman '87, executive vice president and CFO for GreatPoint Energy Inc.; and Bernard Neenan '70, Ph.D. '81, technical executive for the Electric Power Research Institute.