An initiative of the Governor’s Energy Office will be the subject of a webcast from the Colorado Renewable Energy Society (CRES). Colorado State University-Pueblo will host a webcast that discusses The Colorado Carbon Fund, which provides high-quality, credible carbon offsets for those interested in mitigating their carbon footprint by supporting new clean energy projects throughout Colorado.
This month’s webcast, “The Colorado Carbon Fund,” will begin at 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 30 in Technology 234, hosted by the South Eastern Colorado Renewable Energy Society (SECRES). Admission is free for CRES members with a $5 donation requested from non-members. The local webcasts represent a continued commitment by CSU-Pueblo to promote and utilize renewable energy resources.
Susan Innis is the Colorado Carbon Fund Program Manager for the Governor’s Energy Office. Prior to joining CEO in 2007, she spent eight years as an energy policy advisor and green power marketing director at Western Resource Advocates, a regional conversation law and policy center. During this time, she was involved with several industry groups, including Green-e, Colorado Renewable Energy Society, New Mexico Colalition for Clean Affordable Energy, and the National Wind Coordinating Committee. Before working on energy issues, she worked as an Urban Park Ranger in New York City and as a researcher with an international marine conversation organization, Project Seahorse. She holds a master’s in public administration from the University of Colorado-Denver and a bachelor’s degree in biology from McGill University.
CRES is a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the awareness of the economic and environmental benefits of renewable energy and energy efficient technologies.
For more information about this or future webcasts, contact SECRES Board Member Kathleen Wilson, 719-549-2298, or email@example.com