Power To The People: Exploring The Importance Of Energy Justice

From solar and wind to geothermal and hydropower, neighborhoods are increasingly investing in clean energy technologies. While there are many positive aspects to clean energy, there are also some challenges to consider, including how people from all economic backgrounds can benefit from clean technology. Join us for a discussion on energy justice and learn why energy solutions rooted in democratic, equitable processes are key to the future of sustainability.

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Mary Blanchard, associate director, Wisconsin Energy Institute

Heather Allen, interim executive director, RENEW Wisconsin

Antonio Butts, executive director, Walnut Way

Huda Alkaff, founder and director, Wisconsin Green Muslims

Session Sponsors

Wisconsin Energy Institute

Edgewood College