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    September 21
    Join GEI for CUB Policy Center’s Sixth Annual Policy Conference in Portland on October 14, 2016.
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    September 7
    Welcome to Joni Sliger and Edward Jewell, GEI’s 2016-2017 Energy Fellows
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    July 19
    GEI releases a fact sheet on the benefits of Oregon’s Renewable Energy Tax Credit between 2013 and 2015
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    November 30
    A new report by the Green Energy Institute evaluates Oregon’s efforts to control greenhouse gas emissions and concludes that the state’s current system for meeting its climate-related policy goals won’t succeed.
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    October 7
    GEI’s policy report explores strategies for maintaining reliability and modernizing the electricity sector under the Clean Power Plan
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    September 3
    GEI welcomes four new staff people
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    March 18
    The Green Energy Institute is currently accepting applications for full-time summer and fall externs.
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    October 30
    Written By William Shakespeare
    Directed by Associate Professor Stephen Weeks
    Performances: Oct. 28, 29 & Nov. 3,4, & 5 at 7:30pm and Oct 30, 2:00pm Matinee
    Auditions: August 30, 31

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    February 11
    The Small Business Legal Clinic held their Annual Open House on February 4, 2015.  The evening provided an opportunity to honor small businesses of Oregon and to celebrate the Small Business Legal Clinic and the many people who make the SBLC’s accomplishments possible.
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    January 28

    On January 28, the Green Energy Institute published a report, “Solar Building Standards: How American Cities Can Lay Foundations for a New Generation of Solar Development,” by staff attorney Nick Lawton. The report explains how solar building standards, which are local ordinances requiring solar power as a standard feature on new or renovated buildings, could offer significant benefits to many energy market stakeholders. Instead of relying on subsidies to entice investment from relatively affluent property owners, solar building standards would result in widespread solar development that keeps pace with construction and growing energy demand. At the same time, these new policies could lower costs of solar power, facilitate its integration into the energy grid, save property owners money, promote resilience to power outages, and allow utilities to develop business models that benefit from distributed solar arrays. The report describes the nation’s first two solar building standards, which were enacted in two California cities in 2013, and then offers design options that local governments should consider when adopting these policies. The report also explores possible arguments against solar building standards, which have dwindling merit as the economics of solar power continue to improve. The report concludes that as solar power’s costs of continue to decline and its benefits become increasingly clear, more local governments should give solar building standards strong consideration. 

     

    For more information on this report, please contact Nick Lawton at nicklawton@lclark.edu

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    January 13
    January 13, 2015
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    November 18
    Four members of the Green Energy Institute gave presentations at the University of Idaho Law School’s inaugural symposium on Energy in the West.
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    November 1
    Professor Melissa Powers, who is on sabbatical in Denmark and Spain this year, recently visited South Africa and was interviewed by Nina Oosthuizen for a story on fracking and renewable energy for the South African Broadcasting Corporation. Professor Powers is the Director of the Green Energy Institute at Lewis & Clark Law School.
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    October 31
    Staff Attorney Nick Lawton recently submitted comments for the Green Energy Institute regarding the Northwest Power and Conservation Council’s methodology for calculating environmental costs and benefits of energy sources for the Seventh Power Plan.
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    October 20
    Energy Fellow Nate Larsen recently authored comments for the Green Energy Institute regarding plans by Hawaii’s utilities to adapt to ambitious new regulations by the Hawaiian Public Utilities Commission. Read Nate’s discussion of the comments here, or review the comments themselves.
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    September 30
    On September 25, Nick Lawton and Kyra Hill gave presentations at the Oregon Solar Energy Conference. The conference, hosted by the Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association, focused on making the solar industry grow and become more efficient. Nick presented on how policy makers and the solar energy industry can and should work together to reduce the soft costs of solar power, while Kyra presented on the untapped potential market for community solar.
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    September 11
    On September 4, 2014, GEI staff attorney Amelia Schlusser gave a presentation on least-risk resource planning policies at the Energy Policy Research Conference in San Francisco. The conference was hosted by the Energy Policy Institute and the Center for Advanced Energy Studies, and featured presentations on cutting-edge energy policy issues from researchers throughout the country. Amelia discussed utility resource planning policies designed to reduce ratepayer and investor vulnerability to risk and uncertainty, and explained how these policies promote renewable energy development. Click here to view Amelia’s presentation.
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    October 7

    The Department of Theatre is proud to announce that we will be hosting theatre artists Kristina Wong and Emily Mendelsohn as Guest Artists for our 2016-17 Residency Program. This two-week program invites a Guest Artist with significant standing in our field to come to campus to work with students on a new work of theatre. The Residency is composed of two phases: a workshop phase where 10-15 students will work closely with an artist to develop new work, and a presentation phase which will include a workshop showing of the new work, panel discussions, and a Master Class offered to the wider Lewis & Clark Community.

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    October 7

    LIVE, WORK, AND STUDY IN ONE OF THE GREAT CITIES OF THE WORLD

    AND THE HOME OF SOME OF THE BEST OUR CULTURE HAS TO OFFER

    IN THE FINE ARTS, THEATRE, AND ARCHITECTURE.

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    December 2

    Student-Choreographed/Performed
    Performances: December 2 & 3 at 7:30pm & 10pm
    Auditions: September 3

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    March 3

    Written By Anne Carson
    Directed by
     Rebecca Lingafelter
    Performances:
    March 3, 4, and 9, 10, & 11 at 7:30pm
                        
          March 5, 2pm matinee
    Auditions: January 18 & 19

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    September 1
    Performances: September 29, 30 & October 1 at 7:30pm
                             

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    February 1
    Capstone Projects created/directed/presented by graduating Theatre Majors
    Productions, Presentations and Play Readings: April 19-22
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    January 19
    When Sam Reiter B.A. ’15 appears on stage later this month in her original one-woman show, Baba Yaga, it’ll be the culmination of years of hard work, research, and growth. It will also be the start of a new artistic sojourn.
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    The Department of Theatre in partnership with The Center for Entrepreneurship is proud to announce that we are hosting theatre artist Aaron Landsman in our inaugural Guest Artist Residency Program. 


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    May 20
    The Theatre Department is proud to announce that Usman Ally (LC ’04) won an Obie Award on Monday night for his performance in The Invisible Hand by Ayad Akhtar.
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    April 16
    2015 Teacher of the Year
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    April 13

    Václav Havel Place is a memorial commemorating the life and legacy of playwright, philosopher, dissident, and Czech president Václav Havel (1936-2011). The installation of Havel Places is a worldwide project to create a network of public spaces where people can hold frank exchanges of important ideas, an expression of Havel’s belief in the power of mutual dialogue.

    The memorial at Lewis & Clark is only the second in the United States. The first is located at Georgetown University. Its installation here is made possible through a collaboration between Lewis & Clark, the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Washington, D.C., and the Václav Havel Library.

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    August 30
    One Act Festival, Much Ado About Nothing, and Dance Extravaganza, come audition!
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    August 29
    COME! MEET! LEARN!
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    Mon, Aug 29, 4:30pm
    FIR ACRES THEATRE Main Stage

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    Associate Professor Stephan Simek’s new translation of Petr Zelenka’s award-winning play Theremin appears in “Czech Plays: Seven New Works.”

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