Beyond Coal - Organizing around Renewables, January 13

Monday, December 05, 2011

The RENEW Energy Policy Summit, January 13, 2012, Madison, will feature Leslie Glustrom, a founding member of Clean Energy Action. She is trained as a biochemist and has spent over 30 years working at the interface of science and society in a variety of roles, including science writer, policy analyst, college instructor and research lab manager.

In February 2009 she authored an extensively referenced report on US coal supplies entitled, “Coal—Cheap and Abundant—Or Is It? Why Americans Should Stop Assuming that the US Has a 200-Year Supply of Coal.” The report is available for free download from

Leslie has traveled extensively and now works with regulatory staff and citizen activists in many states to raise awareness about US coal supply and cost issues.

Leslie is the recent recipient of the Colorado Solar Energy Society President’s Award, the Boulder County Audubon Community Conservation Award, the PLAN Boulder County Gilbert White award and the Colorado Renewable Energy Society Larson-Notari award.

Register here for the Summit.