The John Locke Foundation
Cordially invites you to
A wind power workshop
with our presenters
Daren Bakst, Esq., John Droz, Jr, David W. Schnare, Esq. Ph.D
– Daren Bakst, Esq.– Director of Legal and Regulatory Studies John Locke Foundation
John Droz, Jr.– Fellow American Tradition Institute
David W. Schnare, Esq. Ph.D.– Director of the George Mason Environmental Law Clinic Director of the Environmental Law Center at the American Tradition Institute
“The Truth About Wind Power on the Coasts of North Carolina”
Monday, December 05, 2011
Burney Ballroom A, University of North Carolina, Wilmington Wilmington, NC
Price: The event is free and open to the public
The Truth About Wind Power on the Coasts of North Carolina
Environmental pressure groups, the “Big Wind” industry, and self-interested state bodies are going around the state trying to sell the public on the idea of allowing wind power plants along North Carolina’s coast.
This workshop will present an alternative view of wind power and what it would mean to North Carolina’s coastal communities. Participants will learn about wind power in general, including its intermittency problems, high costs, limited value and its environmental and economic impact. Myths will be countered, including why wind power would not play any meaningful role in energy security.
Mr. Bakst, a licensed attorney, is Director of Legal and Regulatory Studies for the John Locke Foundation. In this position, he analyzes and presents on a wide range of issues, including on energy and the environment. His expertise has been featured in many media outlets, including CNN, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and AOL News. Mr. Bakst serves as Chairman of the Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee of the Federalist Society and as a member of the Energy, Environment, and Agriculture Task Force of the American Legislative Exchange Council.
Mr. Droz serves as a fellow at the American Tradition Institute and recently was selected to serve on the board of NC-20, which advocates on behalf of North Carolina’s 20 coastal counties. He serves as the scientific advisor for NC-20. Mr. Droz is a physicist, having worked for companies such as GE. For over 30 years, Mr. Droz has been an environmental activist and been a participating member of many environmental organizations (e.g. Sierra Club, Committee to Protect the Adirondacks).
Dr. Schnare is Director of the Environmental Law Center at the American Tradition Institute, Director of the George Mason Environmental Law Clinic and Director of the Center for Environmental Stewardship at the Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy. Formerly a senior attorney with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Civil Enforcement, he has served as a trial lawyer with the Department of Justice and the Office of the Virginia Attorney General, on the staff of the Senate Appropriates Committee and as the nation’s Senior Regulatory Economist
with the U.S. Office of Advocacy for Small Business.
Additional information can be found at:
Dear Crystal Coast Republican Men’s Club members and friends,
Our next meeting will be this Thursday, Oct.13 at Ribeyes Steakhouse in
downtown Cape Carteret.
The social hour starts at 6:30 PM. with the meeting starting at 7:00 PM.
Ribeyes is located at 104 Golfin Dolphin Dr., which is between Hardies and
Walgreens off Rt. 24 just east of the Hwy 58 stoplight.
The speaker for the meeting will be Frank Palombo, retired New Bern police
chief and announced candidate for Walter Jones’ congressional seat.
The meeting is a Dutch-Treat dinner meeting with dinner optional.
The menu can be seen at http://www.ribeyessteakhouse.com/ribeyemenu.html
Spouses are welcome and encouraged to attend and we’ll see you at Ribeyes!
Steve Malay, Secretary, ph. 393-7747