While individual and organizational commitments to sustainability are growing, there is not enough civic engagement for green energy policy. Fossil fuel companies and some utilities are damaging the environment and our shared future through advocating for bad energy policies. In this webinar, the Security and Sustainability Forum share non-partisan materials that any person or organization can easily use to help produce better green energy policies. Move beyond doom and gloom or skepticism to engage in a clean energy future and help produce a healthier economy, environment, and society.
Debra Rowe is a well-known national and international leader in education and action for sustainability. She is President of the U.S. Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development. The U.S. Partnership convenes leaders within business, education, governmental, faith and youth sectors and catalyzes national sustainability initiatives. Debra has taught Campus Sustainability and Corporate Sustainability for the University of Vermont. She has also been a professor and practitioner of energy management and renewable energies for over 35 years, and is the recipient of numerous awards, including an international energy education award at MIT.
The session will be moderated by Security and Sustainability Forum Managing Director, Edward Saltzberg.
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