The Summit on Health Lands and Energy Development will explore ideas for reducing the impacts of all forms of energy development on the land through collaborative, voluntary projects that engage private landowners, community leaders and energy companies.
The event will showcase successful land conservation projects that have been carried out by a number of energy companies and will focus on the importance of replicating good ideas and engaging in dialog with various stakeholders to reduce conflicts about energy development.
Russel Gold, a senior energy editor at Texas Monthly, is a featured speaker.
The $50 registration fee includes breakfast and lunch. The event will also include networking opportunities and an evening social activity. Students can attend the summit free of charge.
The last day to register is January 15, 2022.