Fri, 22 April 2011
On April 3, PennFuture hosted our annual global warming conference called "Clean Energy for a Cool Pittsburgh" at Duquesne University's Power Center. The event featured a number of local experts and business leaders in the fields of renewable energy, alternative transportation and green buildings, examining the ways that Pittsburgh-area organizations and businesses are succeeding at new ventures and new approaches that reduce Pennsylvania's contributions to climate change.
This podcast features U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (D- PA 14), who spoke about the fight in Congress to combat climate change, and the prospects for change in the near future. He also introduced one of the other featured speakers at the event, Kate Gordon, vice president for energy policy at the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C.
To learn more about how you can join PennFuture's efforts to cool Pennsylvania's contributions to global warming and to promote and develop our reliance on clean, renewable energy options, visit our website. There you can also make a donation that supports our continued leadership on these issues. If you're in the Pittsburgh area, sign up for our Black & Gold City Goes Green campaign and track how your actions are helping to cut carbon and unhealthy air pollution.
Direct download: PennFuture4-21-11-MP3_for_Audio_Podcasting_copy.mp3
Category:Global Warming -- posted at: 12:19 AM