User:Justin Roller

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Justin left EcoReality in 2009. We wish him well!

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Justin Roller is a fuel cell engineer with Canada's National Research Council working on materials development for PEM and Solid Oxide fuel cells. He is a graduate of Georgia State University in Chemistry and is currently a Master's Candidate at UBC in Mechanical Engineering. Prior to working for the NRC he was an analytical chemist for BioLab and a process development engineer for nGimat in Atlanta, Georgia. He is passionate about the environment and in changing the way humans perceive their interaction and connection with the biosphere. As a grass roots activist he is interested in the "big picture" and how to move beyond our current relationship with the planet to a consciousness beyond sustainability.

Taken from press release for premier showing of Escape From Suburbia. -- Jan Steinman 12:39, 6 April 2008 (PDT)

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