ARE Day

Founded in 2004 as a one-day renewable energy expo, American Renewable Energy Day (AREDAY) is now one of the most important renewable energy technology and policy summits in the United States. Held annually in Aspen, Colorado each August, AREDAY attracts national and international attention with its impressive roster of speakers and participants. Additionally, AREDAY has a multi-faceted program platform and numerous partnerships.

The mission of AREDAY is — To create vibrant and powerful cross-sector dialogue, commitments, collaborations and investments that foster climate change solutions at the speed and scale necessary to phase out fossil fuels, and usher in a rapid transition to a new, clean energy economy.

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ARE Day 2014
7:18 pm
Wed August 13, 2014

ARE Day - Politics, Climate Change and History

The American Renewable Energy Day, or ARE day, continues in Aspen with a discussion called "Politics, Climate Change and History" featuring Tom Steyer (Investor, Philanthropist, NextGen Climate), Douglas Brinkley (Historian, Professor at Rice University), and Theodore Roosevelt IV (Barclays Bank).

ARE Day 2014
5:00 pm
Wed August 13, 2014

ARE Day - Jimmy Carter

The American Renewable Energy Day, or ARE Day, continues in Aspen with a discussion called “The Life of a Global Leader: Lessons of Statesmanship in Action” with President Jimmy Carter.

Jimmy Carter was born in 1924 in Plains, Georgia. In 1962 Carter entered state politics and was elected governor in 1970. In December 1974, Carter announced his candidacy for President of the United States. He defeated President Gerald Ford in 1976. Among the signature domestic issues Carter is remembered for include working against inflation and unemployment as well creating strategies during the energy crisis of the mid-late 1970s. Carter was defeated for re-election in 1980. He left office in January 1981 and has continued to be an advocate on various causes.

ARE Day 2014
11:25 am
Wed August 13, 2014

ARE Day - Divest-Invest: A Case for Civil Society Leadership

The American Renewable Energy Day, or AREday, continues in Aspen with a discussion called “Divest-Invest: A Case for Civil Society Leadership” featuring moderator: Timothy E. Wirth of the UN Foundation, Reverend Fletcher Harper of GreenFaith, Ellen Dorsey Wallace of the Global Fund, Chloe Maxmin of Divest Harvard, John R Seydel of University of Denver Divest – Turner Foundation & Andy Behar of As You Sow.