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Saturday, September 13 • 10:00am - 11:30am
Race and Renewable Energy: Challenges and Opportunities Transitioning to the Renewable Energy Economy - FREE ADMISSION LIMITED

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Race and Renewable Energy: 
Challenges and Opportunities Transitioning to the Renewable Energy Economy


Limited economic and social opportunities have resulted in disadvantages for communities of color.  With a correlation of low-income neighborhoods and negative environmental justice impacts, many families struggle to put food on the table month-to-month while suffering the health impacts from pollution.  Learn more about these challenges and the opportunities renewable energy, particularly cost-competitive distributed solar, bring to these communities in the form of the emerging concept of energy democratization.  Moderated by the Sierra Club.

Beatriz Hernandez (GRID Alternatives)
Brett KenCairn (City of Boulder)
Kendra Sandoval (Blue and Yellow Logic)
Don Bufford (Economic Development Chair of the Denver NAACP )
Elias Burgos (Interfaith Power & Light)


Speakers
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Brett KenCairn

Senior Environmental Planner, City of Boulder
Climate action planning, environmental planning esp ecological restoration, carbon sequestration, clean energy development
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Kendra Sandoval

Kendra Sandoval Principal of Sandoval & Sandoval LLC and native Denver Latina, has 18 years of experience organizing national, regional, and local community stakeholders using models, which support federal, state, and local mandates. Reflecting her deep commitment to triple bottom-line values, she specializes in bridging the gap among policy, sustainability, and community.  Her tactical experience includes business model... Read More →


Saturday September 13, 2014 10:00am - 11:30am
The Dairy Center for the Arts, East Theater 26th & Walnut Street | Boulder, CO 80302

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