Made in America Town Hall: Tonight, at Pulaski Technical College, Repower Arkansas will host a roundtable discussion on the benefits of transitioning to a clean energy economy. Panelists include Mary Ann Shope, vice president for economic development at Pulaski Tech; Stephen Walker, director of development at Phoenix Renewable Energy; April Ambrose, sustainability coordinator for Viridian USA; JD Lowery, sustainability project manager for Viridian USA; Christopher Charlton, Greenway Equipment/John Deere, and Bill Ball, CEO of Steller Sun Solar. Promises to be interesting. More details here.
Another Meet-up: Business and community leaders, along with groups like Environment America and Audubon Arkansas will hold a press conference tomorrow to release a new study by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy that shows how energy efficient policies create jobs, save money and limit our dependence on oil. The conference will be held at the Little Rock Audubon Nature Center at 4500 Springer Blvd., Little Rock, AR 72206 at 11:00 a.m. tomorrow, Wednesday September 9.
Social Responsibility on the Interwebs: Here's a great list of 10 sites that will help you shop and be socially responsible at the same time. (via Mashable).