Type: Public event
Host: Ford School

Global warming, fossil fuels, and the audacity of imagining we can shape our energy future

Date & time

Sep 28, 2004, 5:00 pm EDT

From the speaker's bio:

Barbara Freese, J.D., is an environmental writer.  She served as Assistant Attorney General in Minnesota from 1986-1999, primarily in the Environmental Protection Division.  Her work included enforcement of the Clean Air Act, representing Minnesota on the President’s Council on Sustainable Development, and representing the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency on issues including electricity generation, tank release clean-up, and groundwater protection.  Ms. Freese’s visit to the University of Michigan is supported by the Towsley Foundation Policymaker in Residence Program of the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and the Program in the Environment.