Blue collar jobs. Green economy.
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For the Blue.Green.Fusion webcasts, Lee gathers research from a wide variety of sources including interviews, corporate literature, meetings, site visits, Internet searches, newspapers, newsletters, newspapers, and reports. She scripts and storyboards each episode. Then she shoots, edits, uploads to the Internet, summarizes, tags, and distributes the video via social media.
Breath of Life
Lee announced events with the Northern Plains & Rocky Mountain Consortium Green Jobs Conference, Capital Crossroads, and Iowa Renewable Energy Association Symposium and Exposition. She recommended that those interested in the green economy follow events with the Greater Des Moines Partnership, Center on Sustainable Communities, and the Iowa Flood Center.
She described her attendance at DART’s (Des Moines Area Rapid Transit) meeting. Headlines came from Dow Jones Newswire, The Telegraph (Business New Europe), American Progress, New York Times, Alternet, Times Delphic, and the Des Moines Register. Topics included nuclear energy, wind energy, unions, economy, urban gardening, sustainability, the Amish, and Chet Culver.
Lee revealed information Iowa’s wind industry that she learned from one the most successful wind developers in the Des Moines area. She shared the history of wind, challenges, and possibilities for growth in the manufacturing and agricultural sectors. Lee concluded that the wind energy industry represents a breath of life for the economy, energy, and environment.
land use, public transportation, nuclear energy, wind energy, green economy, chet culver, manufacturing, Midwest