Sustainability Series: What Colorado Can Learn from California: State Action on Energy & Climate
The Alliance Center
Denver, CO
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The State of California has established clear and aggressive goals for the advancement of clean energy and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.  The goals are supported by specific strategic action plans centered around the decarbonization of the electric sector, the electrification of the transportation sector and substantial enhancement of energy conservation and efficiency programs. Join us to explore best practices, lessons learned and how to apply these at home in Colorado.

Scott Anders, the director of the Energy Policy Initiatives Center at the University of San Diego School of Law is has been extensively engaged in the development and analysis of California's goal and policies.  He will discuss the action being taken in the State and will share his thoughts on lessons learned.

Hillary Hebert is the Policy and Strategy Manager for San Diego Gas & Electric, a major investor-owned utility, and has over a decade of experience working with SDG&E to implement clean energy policy.  Ms. Hebert will discuss the impact of the State's policies on the utility and how they have responded.

The Sustainability Series (S2) is a collaboration between the Wirth Chair in Sustainable Development at the University of Colorado Denvers School of Public Affairs (Wirth Chair) and the Alliance for Sustainable Colorado (ASC).  The purpose of the S2 is to provide a forum for the discussion of ideas, principles, and strategies to enhance social, economic, and environmental sustainability.

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