The Illinois Scientific Surveys (Water, Geological, Natural History, and Waste Management), in
conjunction with the University of Illinois Division of Conferences and Institutes, are hosting a "Governor's Conference on Energy
and the Illinois Environment" on November 7-8, 2001 in Springfield, Illinois.
The two-day conference to be held at the Springfield
Renaissance Hotel is designed for all individuals
interested in Illinois energy issues and associated environmental impacts. The target audience includes
municipal, county, and state government officials; consulting engineers; electric utilities representatives;
regional planning commissions; and the public.
This conference will explore the factors that may affect energy sources used in Illinois and review
environmental issues associated with different energy use scenarios. Several major topics will be
covered: current energy usage patterns in Illinois, future energy usage scenarios during the next 20-30
years, and environmental impacts of various energy use scenarios.
As additional conference information becomes available, it will be posted on this Web site. For more
information, contact Derek Winstanley at 217/244-5459 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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