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Siting Big Infrastructure in Large Landscapes
Date: Sunday, April 14
Time: 2:30PM - 3:45PM
Appropriately siting large scale energy and transportation infrastructure requires a critical understanding of large landscape conservation as proposals for transmission lines and networks, pipelines, highways, and rail corridors can fragment landscape resources. By planning ahead, landscape conservation and big infrastructure proponents can use incentives, mitigation funds, and other measures to achieve their respective goals. Learn how communities in New Jersey, Arizona, and the 13-state NiSource pipeline network have successfully sited big infrastructure in large landscapes.
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Vice President For Environmental Programs
Regional Plan AssociationSee this speaker's bio
William L. Allen III
Director of Strategic Conservation Planning
The Conservation FundSee this speaker's bio
Jim Holway, FAICP
Director, Western Lands & Communities