When: Monday, January 28th, 2pm – 8pm
Where: Temple Beth Shalom, Santa Fe
Conference Fee: $15 all day, $5 students, $10 for evening speakers only

2:00 pm Registration
3:00 pm Clean Energy Legislative Briefing
A Vision for New Mexico and the Planet  (opening speakers)
3:30 pm How to be an Effective Grassroots Lobbyist
4:00 pm Learn the Details of Climate Legislation (breakout sessions)

Tax Based Concepts: Carbon Fee and Dividend Bill; Rooftop Solar Tax Credit; Electric Vehicle Tax Credit

Utility Based Solutions: Renewable Portfolio Standards; Securitization
Energy Storage

Other Electric Solutions: Efficient Use of Energy Act; Community Solar
Solar on State Facilities; Transmission

Oil and Gas Solutions: Penalties and Violations; Land Office Royalties; Agency Budgets

6:00 pm Dinner / Networking
A casual meal is included in your registration
7:00 pm Inspiring Action on Climate
Open to the public – $10 suggested donationLaura Paskus, New Mexico Environmental Reporter
Laura is the environment reporter for NM Political Report, and a correspondent for NM In Focus on KNME-TV. She’s been a reporter, covering New Mexico and western water, climate and energy issues since 2002 when she started her journalism career at High Country News. She’s written for national and regional magazines like The Progressive and Ms. Magazine, local papers like the Santa Fe Reporter, and reported for KUNM 89.9 FM.

Destiny Watford
Destiny is the 2016 Goldman Environmental Prize winner. In a community whose environmental rights had long been sidelined to make room for heavy industry, Destiny inspired residents of a Baltimore neighborhood to defeat plans to build the nation’s largest incinerator less than a mile away from her high school.

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