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Jason Marks: Laws, rules, regulation, and policies that promote renewable energy and efficiency in N
Start Date: 3/7/2013Start Time: 5:15 PM
End Date: 3/7/2013End Time: 6:15 PM
This event recurs every week until 3/7/2013.   Click here to see the series dates.

Event Description:
Ongoing Lecture Series: Water & Energy in NM: Conversations on Our Common Future

This seminar series presents a wide range of research, issues, insights, and perspectives
related to water and energy in New Mexico. Speakers include key experts and thought
leaders from New Mexico’s academic, government, research, and business
communities. The speaker series seeks to encourage a robust exchange of ideas and to
expand the discussion and debate on local, state, and regional water and energy
challenges. Students may take the course for credit by signing up for the discussion
section, which precedes the speaker’s lecture each week; the speaker series portion of
the course is open to the UNM community and the public.
Location Information:
Main Campus - George Pearl Hall
Contact Information:
Name: Dr. Caroline Scrugs
Water & Energy in NM
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Location Details:
Garcia Honda Auditorium
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