Panel, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, November 13, 2012
After the highly contested general election, a diverse group of panelists will discuss impacts of the election results including the presidency and Congressional makeup starting in January, as well as the natural resources successes and disappointments related to the election from both democratic and republican perspectives. On-site and webinar attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions.
The four featured panelists are:
Juliet Eilperin – Born-and-bred in Washington, Eilperin joined The Washington Post as its House of Representatives reporter in 1998, and since April of 2004 has covered the environment for the national desk, reporting on science, policy and politics in areas including climate change, oceans and air quality.
Jon Hrobsky – Hrobsky, a policy director in Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck's Washington, D.C. office, has created policy and legislation for major issues affecting energy production and natural resources in the U.S. Hrobsky previously served as the Director of Policy and Government Affairs for the National Ocean Industries Association and as the Deputy Director of Policy and Planning for the U.S. Minerals Management Service.
Randy Udall – Udall, former director of the Community Office for Resource Efficiency (CORE), is one of the nation's leading activists in promoting energy sustainability. Udall is co-founder of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil-USA and has keynoted annual conferences for the American Solar Energy Society and American Wind Energy Association.
Don Smith – Smith, director of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law's Environmental & Natural Resources Law Program, will moderate the panel.