Washington, DC, April 21, 2011 — In celebration of Earth Day, the Aspen Environment Forum is offering a special one-day discount on general forum passes this Friday, April 22. During this special, passes will be available for $500 off the normal rate of $1,500. The Forum, which runs from May 30 to June 2, 2011, on the Institute’s signature campus in Aspen, CO, will feature more than 400 high-level speakers and committed voices from a wide range of perspectives – business, government, academia, and non-governmental organizations – discussing a global population of 7 billion and its impact on cities, energy, food, goods, and nature.
“We are thrilled to offer this discount in celebration of Earth Day. This year’s Forum will focus on a global population of 7 billion and how to reconcile Earth’s finite resources with its ability to sustain our expanding human needs. Earth Day provides a perfect moment to reflect on these issues,” said David Monsma, executive director of the Institute’s Energy and Environment Program.
To register for the Forum with the Earth Day discount, visit http://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=901714. When prompted, enter the discount code ASPEN1000. This discount is only good on Earth Day — Friday, April 22.
To see a full list of speakers and the agenda, visit www.aspenenvironment.org.
This year’s Aspen Environment Forum sponsors include Chevrolet, Duke Energy, DuPont, and Shell. Select sponsorship opportunities are still available; for more information, contact Andrea Browne-Phillips, assistant director, Aspen Environment Forum, the Aspen Institute, (202) 736-3846, email@example.com, or Robert Amberg, National Geographic National Brand Director, (212) 610-5511, firstname.lastname@example.org.
EDITORS’ NOTE: A limited number of press passes are available. For more information and to apply, please visit https://aspeninstitute.wufoo.com/forms/aspen-environment-forum-press-registration/.
The National Geographic Society is one of the world’s largest nonprofit scientific and educational organizations. Founded in 1888 to “increase and diffuse geographic knowledge,” the Society works to inspire people to care about the planet. It reaches more than 400 million people worldwide each month through its official journal, National Geographic, and other magazines; National Geographic Channel; television documentaries; music; radio; films; books; DVDs; maps; exhibitions; live events; school publishing programs; interactive media; and merchandise. National Geographic has funded more than 9,600 scientific research, conservation and exploration projects and supports an education program promoting geographic literacy. For more information, visit www.nationalgeographic.com.
The Aspen Institute mission is twofold: to foster values-based leadership, encouraging individuals to reflect on the ideals and ideas that define a good society, and to provide a neutral and balanced venue for discussing and acting on critical issues. The Aspen Institute does this primarily in four ways: seminars, young-leader fellowships around the globe, policy programs, and public conferences and events. The Institute is based in Washington, DC, Aspen, CO, and on the Wye River on Maryland’s Eastern Shore and has an international network of partners. For more information, visit www.aspeninstitute.org.