Martz Summer Conference (4th: 2012: Boulder, Colo.)
The future of the planet may depend upon our ability to increase energy supplies even as we reduce carbon emissions. This conference will address how a low-carbon energy program might evolve with a particular focus on the American West. It will focus on the future of energy in the West--on a “managed transition” to a different energy mix, on the need to nest this effort in a framework that acknowledges interconnections, and on identifying the most salient opportunities to consider the legal, political, financial, and technical challenges.
Phil Weiser, Mark Squillace, Doug Kenney, Bruce Kramer, Rich Halvey, Marilyn Averill, Michael Shepard, David Bailey, William Boyd, Sarah Krakoff, Guy Martin
University of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center; University of Colorado Boulder. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute; Western Resource Advocates; and Rocky Mountain Research Station (Fort Collins, Colo.), "AGENDA: A Low-Carbon Energy Blueprint for the American West" (2012). A Low-Carbon Energy Blueprint for the American West (Martz Summer Conference, June 6-8).
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