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July 30 Webcast 07/16/2009

Posted by hhggdna in Events.

Please join us for the CRES monthly meeting, available via webcast in Colorado Springs:

“The Colorado Carbon Fund”


Thursday, July 30 / 7:00 PM


The Colorado Carbon Fund (CCF) is a project of the Governor’s Energy Office. It provides high-quality, credible carbon offsets for those interested in mitigating their carbon footprint supporting new clean energy projects throughout Colorado. Join CRES to find out more about how this project is an essential part of Colorado’s New Energy Economy!

Susan Innis is the Colorado Carbon Fund Program Manager for the Governor’s Energy Office. Prior to joining GEO in 2007, she spent eight years as an Energy Policy Advisor and Green Power Marketing Director at Western Resource Advocates, a regional conservation law and policy center. During this time she was involved with several industry groups, including Green-e (Governance Board, 2002-07), Colorado Renewable Energy Society (Board member 2006-07), New Mexico Coalition for Clean Affordable Energy (Board member, 2000-07) and the National Wind Coordinating Committee (Steering Committee, 2002-07). Before working on energy issues, she worked as an Urban Park Ranger in New York City and a researcher with an international marine conservation organization, Project Seahorse. Susan holds a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Colorado Denver and a BSc in Biology from McGill University (Montreal, Canada).


 Colorado Springs / Gill Foundation Bldg / 315 E. Costilla St.



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