In honor of National Clean Energy Week, GU Politics is pleased to present a bipartisan conversation on the role of government, the private sector, and academia in creating and consuming energy in the 21st century. As a Green Power Partnership Top 30 university, Georgetown takes an integrated approach to sustainability, placing value on a “quadruple” bottom line: people, planet, prosperity, and purpose. The clean energy renaissance, taking place on college campuses and in states across America, is playing an ever-increasing role in shaping the future of job creation, economics, and the quality of our natural environment. National Clean Energy Week was conceived in 2017 with the goal of advancing support of our nation’s energy sector through new methods of market development, policy change, and technological innovation.
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Tuesday, September 25th, 2018