Here is the notice that was going around (and was just forwarded to me) about former Governor Russell Peterson speaking at the University of Delaware tonight:
What do Polar Bears, SUVs, and Windmills all have in Common?
They will be a part of the upcoming debate on Delaware and the United States Energy Policy.
Come participate in a public forum on…
Moving Towards a Responsible Energy Future
Taking place Wednesday, January 30, 2002 at 7:00 p.m., at the University of Delaware, Perkins Student Center's Bacchus Theater.
The focus of the discussion will be on the proper path that should be taken to ensure a safe and secure energy future for Delaware and the US for generations to come.
Keynote Speaker for the Event, Former Governor Russell Peterson, followed by a panel discussion with: Governor Peterson, Dr. John Byrne, Director of the University of Delaware's Center for Energy and Environmental Policy; Edwin L. Mongan, DuPont’s Manager of Environmental Stewardship; and Adeline Stevenson of the Gwich’in people of North Alaska. The evening will be M.C.'d by Joseph Otis Minott, Esquire, Executive Director of Clean Air Council.
How To Get There
From I-95 take exit 1B. Drive 2 miles North on 896 (S. College Ave.) towards Newark. Take a Right on Park Pl. At the next light turn left onto Academy Rd. The Perkins Student Center will be on the Right. Pay parking is available in the garage to the right of the Perkins Center, but there is also a free lot adjacent to Russell Hall on the left of Perkins. Once inside Perkins, follow signs to the set of stairs leading down to the Bacchus Theater. SEE YOU THERE!
Sponsored by: Sierra Club * Delaware Audubon Society * Delaware Clean Air Council * Alaska Coalition * Union of Concerned Scientists * Delaware Nature Society * UD Students for the Environment (S4E) * State PIRGs
For more information : Contact John M. Kearney, Clean Air Council, Staff Attorney, 302-691-0112