October 21, 2010
Steve Greenwood and Joshua Proudfoot to Present Fireside Conversation Nov. 10
Oregon Law’s 2010-11 fireside conversation series, “Local Approaches to Global Problems: Solutions for Sustainable Communities,” welcomes Steve Greenwood, deputy director for Oregon Programs at the National Policy Consensus Center; and Joshua Proudfoot, a principal for Good Company, a sustainability research and consulting firm based in Eugene.
Greenwood and Proudfoot will present “Lane Clean Diesel Project: A Pre-regulatory Collaborative Economic Development Effort to Improve Air Quality and Scale Up Clean Fuels” at 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 10, in the Many Nations Longhouse.
Greenwood has more than twenty-five years of experience working in environmental and public policy in Oregon, including seven years as regional administrator for the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. Proudfoot currently serves government and corporate clients with a focus on management systems and marketing strategies.
The Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center, the Environmental Studies Program, the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program, the Green Business Initiative, and the Sustainable Cities Initiative cosponsor the annual fireside conversation series.
This event is free and open to all members of the university community.
Steve Greenwood at the National Policy Consensus Center (Following this link takes you outside the University of Oregon website)
Joshua Proudfoot at Good Company (Following this link takes you outside the University of Oregon website)