Environment 2011: Local Sustainability Actions Update

Have you been wondering what your environmental groups have been up to this last year, and what their plans are for 2011 and beyond? Join us on Wednesday evening, to find out!
Energy Opportunities, Grand County Economic Development Association better known as BEDA, Infinite West and the Grand Resource and Recycle Coalition (GRRC) will be hosting a forum next Wednesday, January 26th, at 6:30 at Granby Library to discuss accomplishments over the last year and plans for the future.

Liz McIntyre will be presenting the developed Regional Energy Plan with discussion to follow.
The GRRC will be discussing recycling options and their 2011 goals.
Infinite West will present plans for sustainability initiatives in the county, including sustainable development initiatives and Terracycle programs in schools.

This is a great opportunity to identify which programs might interest you for future involvement.

Environment 2011: Local Sustainability Actions Update
6:30 – 7:15 Regional Energy Plan Presentation
BEDA and Energy Opportunities will present the progress of the Regional Energy Plan, which has been crafted by a team of locals from Grand and Jackson Counties over the last 9 months.
7:15 – 7:30 Discussion
7:30 – 7:40 Presentation of Local Alternative Energy Installations in 2010
7:40 – 8:00 GRRC (Grand Resource and Recycle Coalition) Presents Accomplishments and Goals
8:00 – 8:10 Discussion
8:10 – 8:30 Sustainability Update
Infinite West will present accomplishments of 2010 and goals for the new year.

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2 comments on Environment 2011: Local Sustainability Actions Update

  1. Laura M. Hagar says:

    This was such a great meeting! We learned about all that is happening in Grand County in the way of planning and saving energy, several recycling stories from different organizations in the county, cool meetings on energy opportunities available to residents, and so much more! All Grand County residents should try to attend these meetings in the future to see how they can save money by reducing energy use, and discover what rebates might be available to them from our Governor’s Energy Office.

  2. energyopp says:

    On a personal note, all of you can help to conserve energy in our homes & offices by using the Google search engine which appears as a black background with white text. Your computer’s will use much less energy using this format.

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