Nevada: The Paradoxical State

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Rose McKinney-James

Wednesday, September 10, 2014 - 4:25pm

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From an environmental standpoint, Nevada is a state of stark contrasts. When we think of the Silver State, most of us picture the Las Vegas strip, but Nevada is also home to picturesque canyons, rare desert wildlife and majestic, snow-peaked mountains. This week on Sea Change Radio, we hear from two participants from the 7th annual Clean Energy Summit which took place on September 4th in Las Vegas.

First, we focus on southern Nevada as host Alex Wise discusses Las Vegas’ energy needs with Rose McKinney-James the chairperson of the Clean Energy Project. Then, we turn to the northern part of the state and hear from David Bobzien, a state assemblyman from Reno who talks about the efforts of the Conservation Lands Foundation as well as the recent announcement that Tesla will be building a major electric vehicle battery plant in his part of the state.

Keywords: Environment | Clean Energy | Conservation Lands Foundation | David Bobzien | Energy | Harry Reid | Tesla | alex wise | clean energy summit | las vegas | nevada

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