Energy Futures: Tackling Poverty with Community Energy Efforts

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020 | 3:00–3:45pm

Energy Futures

 

Energy transition, poverty, climate… It’s all so big. In the second gathering of the Energy Futures series, we'll explore solutions to energy poverty in one neighborhood in Duluth.

Jodi Slick of Ecolibrium3 and guests will discuss how focusing on one neighborhood can lead to real change. Energy efficiency and renewable energy work that is community-led and place-based can deal a mighty blow to inaction. Join us!

 

About this series, Energy Futures: Conversations on Where We’re Headed

There are many people putting forward compelling ideas and visions for the future, and we have been craving a little time to step back and consider these fresh perspectives and how they can contribute to the clean energy future we’re building together.

We thought it might be fun to just sit down with folks, hear what they’re thinking, and invite a couple others into a conversation to help us think more expansively about the potential opportunities and trade-offs.

The new Energy Futures virtual event series from CERTs will be an opportunity to do just that! Join us to:

  • Take a step back and imagine potential energy futures
  • Learn from different perspectives on varying aspects of Minnesota's quickly evolving clean energy path
  • Hear a range of ideas over the course of the series about where we’re headed
  • Consider potential implications of these futures and better understand the role of communities in these scenarios

Register Now for the Second event

 

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