Hear from experts in clean energy and future technology to highlight how Wisconsin and its businesses and employees can maximize new federal funding.
The keynote speaker is:
Washington, D.C.-based senior correspondent for TIME covering climate change and the intersection of policy, politics and society. He has covered the topic since 2015.
Previously, Worland covered health and breaking news at TIME. In 2022, he was named the inaugural Climate Journalist of the Year by Covering Climate Now, a non-profit launched by the Columbia Journalism Review and others to advance climate journalism. He serves as a founding steering committee member at the Uproot Project, a non-profit that works to diversify environmental journalism. Justin is a term member at the Council on Foreign Relations and a graduate of Harvard College, where he studied history.
A panel, moderated by “UpFront” co-host Gerron Jordan, is to follow with:
Johnson Controls Inc. senior executive in the energy services industry: https://www.linkedin.com/in/charles-mcginnis-a257b77/
clean energy consultant and former transmission company executive who works with organizations like Next Gen Highways and renewable developers: https://www.linkedin.com/in/randysatterfield/
director, Wisconsin Office of Sustainability and Clean Energy: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mariaredmond/
When: Thursday March 16, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. with doors opening at 11 a.m.
Where: Discovery World on the Lake Michigan shoreline, Milwaukee
Cost: $29 including box lunch and parking
Organizer: WisPolitics.com & WisBusiness.com, nonpartisan news services based in Madison.
Partner: American Sustainable Business Network (ASBN)
Sponsor: Wisconsin Environmental Initiative (WEI)
Please contact Colin D. Schmies at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-206-0476 if you are interested in supporting and sponsoring this event.
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