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Watch "Energy Quest": followed by a panel discussion

You are invited to a screening of Energy Quest USA, a PBS documentary that visits five very different American communities, from Alaska to the East Coast, and Portland to Fort Worth, where citizens are making smart energy choices based on economics and the environment. Their experiences chart a path every U.S. community can follow to take charge of their energy future and adapt to the challenges climate change may bring.

Following the screening, audience members will be able to ask questions of three experts:

Bob Inglis is the Executive Director of the Energy and Enterprise Initiative. E&EI is guided by the conservative principles of free enterprise and economic growth, limited government, liberty, accountability and reasonable risk avoidance to solve our nation’s energy and climate challenges. Before starting E&EI, Inglis represented South Carolina for 12 years in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Sister Barbara Jennings, CSJ is Coordinator of the Midwest Coalition for Responsible Investment, a faith-based coalition of 20 Catholic religious communities, faith-based individuals and investment managers. MCRI works with corporations to improve their environmental, social, and governance reporting and practices. Sr. Barbara has been involved in social concerns, contemporary moral issues, and university teaching since the 1990’s.

Jean Ponzi has been a strong resource for environmental education around the greater St. Louis community for over 25 years. As Green Resources Manager for the EarthWays Center of Missouri Botanical Garden, she coaches sustainable thinking and practice across this region’s business, homeowner, and educational communities. She also hosts and produces the weekly radio shows Earthworms on KDHX-FM and Growing Green St. Louis on KTRS-AM.

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  • Dirk M.

    The video of the panel discussion is available:

    November 27, 2013

  • Kathleen

    Thanks for alerting me to this documentary. I watched it online, as I will be in Springfield for SKepticon and won't be able to make this event. Go, Larry!

    November 12, 2013

  • Don D.

    I assume that this is to be in the same room as the first one at Maryville?

    November 11, 2013

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