The Carbon Action Alliance, a New Hampshire-based anti-carbon advocacy group, is planning a one-day conference to explore clean, green and renewable energy alternatives to coal-fired electricity generation.
The purpose of the conference is to show that (1) New Hampshire and New England must reduce its carbon dioxide emissions ASAP, and (2) there are viable alternatives to burning coal by the state’s largest electric utility (3.7 million tons of CO2 annually!)
Overall, the goal is to show that future state energy needs can be met by a combination of energy efficiency, demand reduction (energy conservation) and renewable energy (wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, etc.). Also, the phasing out of existing coal plants will stimulate the creation of thousands of new, clean jobs and develop profitable, green businesses.
Anyone seriously interested in promoting policies and technologies to combat global warming by reducing or eliminating sources of carbon dioxide.
These include elected officials, professionals, environmentalists, utility executives, educators, business people, opinion leaders. Generally, the audience consists of intelligent, knowledgeable and committed folks looking for ways to make a difference in combating global warming.
Conference Title: Clean.Green.Renewable
Tagline (A): Planning New Hampshire’s Energy Future
Tagline (B): November 19 - Radisson Hotel - Nashua, New Hampshire
We want a logo that’s clear, crisp, and simple, with clean, distinct lines, and is instantly compelling. IOW, the logo should not require the viewer to spend time figuring out what’s going on or what is the message (“a serious conference is to be held soon—find out more”).
(1) Conference Title & the two tag lines must be included in logo.
(2) Colors should be green, blue—similar, but not necessarily identical, to colors at http://www.CarbonActionAlliance.org. (Suggestions on color, typeface are welcome).
(3) No dark background; light background preferred.
(4) Please avoid “clip art” style illustration (absolutely no stock images) or any images which require licensing, royalties, or any payment to use.
(5) Avoid thick stroke typefaces. Use a sans-serif face for tag lines.
Logo will become central design element for a weblog/website: (http://www.CleanGreenRenewable.org) and for a website/email banner (e.g., ConstantContact/iContact), blogads, email signatures, collateral print, etc.