Energy and Environment Conference at William Mitchell

At the third annual Energy and Environment Conference takes place at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul on March 14, from 11 am to 4:30 pm. Legislators and government officials, environmental advocates and industry leaders will discuss:

  • The impact of recent EPA regulations
  • Climate change and its effects on natural resources
  • Updates on environmental case law
  • The event is organized by the William Mitchell Environmental Law Society.
    Featured speakers include:

  • Robert Kaplan, regional counsel for the EPA Region 5
  • Fresh Energy’s J. Drake Hamilton, speaking about Clean Air Act regulations, and
  • U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum will present the closing address
  • It is free and open to the public but you must pre-register. Lunch is provided. Register here.

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    About thinkofitasanadventure

    We are a 50-something couple living in the Longfellow neighborhood of Minneapolis. We attended a sustainability conference at our local high school in November 2010, with keynote speaker Richard Heinberg from the Post Carbon Institute. What we heard shocked us deeply. We finally understood the need to transition away from fossil fuels as quickly as possible. We immediately began to change the way we live. We joined together with other folks in our neighborhood to learn more, to do more and to have fun doing it! We're part of Transition Longfellow. We're choosing to change now and to "think of it as an adventure." If you are on this journey too, we'd love to hear from you.
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