Recreation along the Colorado River stimulates an estimated $25.6 billion in economic activity per year for the six states—Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming—through which the river and its tributaries flow (California, which borders the river in the southeast part of the state, was not included in the analysis due to sparse population in the area of the state
The first quantitative study of the sensitivity of the U.S. economy to weather, published in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, puts a price tag on weather’s impact on all sectors of the economy.
A Renewable Energy Policy Network report on global renewable energy investment in 2009 shows that the although spending on sustainable energy development declined in the last year, the amount of new power generated by hydro, wind and solar is nearing the amount of new power derived from fossil fuels.
The event will connect experts from all sections of the green building and management movement, targeting the following Education tracks:
The New Mexico Wind Working Group is a collaborative group of individuals, professionals, and wind industry participants who have assembled to promote the development of wind energy in the state. The purpose of the group is to discuss, develop, and implement the tasks and methodologies that will hasten the development of wind energy in New Mexico.
RSVP: Before April 27 to Jeremy Lewis