Spark: Cities at the Center of Technology and Innovation
Senior PR Coordinator
July 17, 2012
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
IMAGINE A UNIVERSITY
ENERGY CONFESSIONS OF AN UNDERGRAD
MEASURING ADOPTION OF DEEP RETROFITS
TURNING SUNSHINE INTO DOLLARS
RMI in the News
UNEXPECTEDLY GOOD NEWS REGARDING ENERGY TRENDS
UNC COLLEGES GATHER AT ASU FOR ENERGY SUMMIT
FAILURE TO ADDRESS FRACKING IMPACTS WOULD STIFLE INDUSTRY GROWTH
REINVENTING FIRE ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES
Last week, chancellors and presidents from 19 North Carolina college campuses wrapped up the Appalachian Energy Summit by signing a commitment to sustainability—the first step in a multi-year process to chip away at a $226 million annual energy bill.
Learn more and read coverage from the summit on our blog.
WHAT'S YOUR COMMITMENT TO THE NEW ENERGY ERA?
Watch participants at the October, 2011 Reinventing Fire launch event discuss a future powered by efficiency and renewables.
JOIN RMI AT THE VERGE CITIES 2.0
On July 18 at 8:30 a.m. PDT, join RMI's Ben Holland at GreenBiz's VERGE Cities 2.0, a virtual conference where technology, environmental, and policy leaders will discuss how they're preparing for sustainable cities of the future. Register here, or follow the event on Twitter at #VERGECon.
HANGOUT ON SOLAR ISSUES OF THE DAY
RMI's first Google Hangout, "Solar Issues of the Day: Customer Acquisition," has been rescheduled to July 25, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. MT. Instructions on how to join this live event are available here.
What You're Saying
@WaterOxfordUni: "Amory Lovins, co-founder of RMI, begins day 2 of #resource2012 by discussing who should take the lead when governments don't."
What is your city doing to drive toward a more competitive future powered by efficiency and renewables? Tell us on our Facebook wall.
Learn more about RMI's National Solutions Council and consider becoming a member.