Students Present Clean Energy Plans Through Power Dialog
ALBANY, N.Y. (April 7, 2016) -- The Power Dialog, a national project conceived by the Bard Center for Environmental Policy, is designed to raise awareness about the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan and create opportunities for conversations between students and government leaders regarding its implementation at the state level. UAlbany and Albany Law School served as co-hosts of the New York State Power Dialog.
Students from both schools presented their clean energy concepts to key policy leaders during the April 4-5 event. The Dialog gives students a voice in important decision making that will determine both their future and the future of the planet.
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