Beth Conover has worked for 25 years at the intersection of environmental protection and economic development. As policy advisor to Denver mayor John Hickenlooper, she was the architect of Greenprint Denver, one of the nation's earliest and largest urban sustainability programs. She is a graduate of Brown University and holds a joint MBA/masters of environmental studies from Yale University.
How the West Was Warmed: Responding to Climate Change in the Rockiesby Beth Conover
A collection of essays with the Rocky Mountain West as the focal point, on how global climate change is generating opportunities and challenges around the world in such areas as land use, energy, water and social/political adaptation.
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