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For 40 years, the Aspen Institute Energy and Environment Program has served as an independent non-partisan venue for energy leaders and policy experts to gather and discuss the major issues confronting the energy industry.
The Institute's Food programming explores today's food security challenges through dialogues on international food security coordination, long term global food security planning, and domestic food issues.
The Aspen Institute's work on today's greatest water issues includes the annual Aspen-Nicholas Water Forum, a platform for addressing domestic water challenges in the 21st century, the Aspen Dialogue on Sustainable Water Infrastructure in the U.S., and the Silent Tsunami dialogues hosted in 2005 and 2011.
The Aspen Institute’s strength as a moderator of open and non-partisan dialogue and expertise in convening the highest level strategy groups is unparalleled, and its traditional dialogue method has proven a strong tool in Track II convening.
As awareness grows of the interdependency between the natural world and human well‐being, past conceptions of development, sustainability, and conservation are becoming outdated. The Aspen Institute uses its dialogue method to address aspects of the future of conservation in the 21st Century.
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