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Thank you for joining our Clean Energy Economy webinar on October 5th. Our CALL TO ACTION is that you please voice your support to Arizona’s congressional delegation for investments in infrastructure and in particular those investments that address climate change and promote jobs and a clean energy economy.

We are thinking of hosting a Part II follow up webinar in November once there is clarity on the infrastructure bills and what that means for Arizona. Please take the two question survey below to help us plan for a follow-up session.



A Clean Energy Economy: What It Means for Arizona
Tuesday, October 5th | 10:30-11:30 AM

What does the infrastructure bill mean for Arizona? Will it drive climate action and a clean energy economy in Arizona? Can we learn from Minnesota’s efforts to implement a statewide plan for a clean energy economy?

U.S. Congressman Greg Stanton, Keynote Speaker

In his first term in Congress, Congressman Stanton has focused on increasing trade opportunities in Arizona, planning for the state’s water future, and investing in public transportation and infrastructure. Stanton is a member of the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee and the Judiciary Committee.

J. Drake Hamilton, Panelist
J. Drake Hamilton is Senior Director of Science Policy at Fresh Energy. An expert in climate and energy policy at the state and national levels, her responsibilities include scientific analysis and policy development of clean energy solutions to global warming that maximize economic opportunities.

Elgie Holstein, Panelist

Elgie Holstein is Senior Director for Strategic Planning for the Environmental Defense Fund. He coordinates strategy and policy work and represents EDF’s programs to policymakers, supporters, and the media. Elgie brings extensive career experience with a focus on energy, natural resources, and environmental policy.

Todd Brady, Panelist

Todd Brady is the Director of Global Public Affairs and Sustainability for Intel Corporation. In this role, Brady leads state and local government affairs, media and community relations, corporate volunteerism and sustainability at the company’s major manufacturing and office locations around the globe.

Ryan Evans, Panelist
Ryan Evans is Executive Director for Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy (CICE). Evans is responsible for day-to-day operations, strategic growth initiatives, and policy development for CICE. He is a recognized leader and a regular speaker, both locally and nationally, on renewable energy policy, the economic impacts of air quality, community engagement, and relationship building.

Moderated by Jon Ford, Arizona Forward Board Chair

Presented in partnership with ASU Sustainable Cities Network and Chambers for Innovation & Clean Energy

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