Energy Democracy

Energy Democracy Join SSF and Island Press in a 90-minute webinar about the emerging field of energy democracy, a movement that frames the struggle of working people, low income communities, and communities of color to take control of energy resources and use those resources to empower their communities. Energy poverty is a shocking political reality in the United States and is more important than ever to combat as we face the impacts of climate change. The webinar will be led by Denise Fairchild, the inaugural president of the Emerald Cities Collaborative, and a co-editor of Energy Democracy. Denise has dedicated over 30 years to strengthening housing, jobs, businesses, and economic opportunities for low-income residents and communities of color, domestically and internationally. Register at:
May 04 2018, 10:15am - 11:45am PDT
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