About Green Girl Minute

Ginna lives in Aspen, Colorado and is an Attorney & Program Manager for American Renewable Energy Day (“AREDAY”), a TV Host for Outside Television -TV Aspen, and the Founder of the non-profit Climb for Conservation.  More info on Ginna is available at www.ginnakelly.com .

Ginna was a law clerk at the White House Council on Environmental Quality, Department of Justice – Environmental Enforcement Division, and the Nature Conservancy. Ginna has a J.D. from William & Mary Law School and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Policy & Planning from Virginia Tech. 

Ginna can be reached at ginna@climbforconservation.org .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Chip Comins

Founder, CEO and President of AREDAY- American Renewable Energy Day and American Spirit Productions, LLC, he is also Co-founder of the Green Girl Minute, LLC.

Since 2004 American Renewable Energy Day has brought leaders and educators together to promote rapid deployment of renewable energy and energy efficient strategies through demonstration, presentation performance, film and dialogue.

Each year AREDAY has hosted national and international speakers along with presenting a renewable energy Expo.  Ted Turner, T. Boone Pickens and James Cameron among many others have all graced the AREDAY stage.  Comins also produced “Native Wind Powering America” the public service announcement that debuted at the Clinton Global Initiative and broadcast nationally and internationally. He has also produced and directed two documentaries broadcast on PBS: ”Jazz Colony” with Michael Douglas and “Last of the Cowboys” as well as other short and long form films including the 2011 AREDAY film “Envisioning Tomorrow”

A long-time advocate of developing and implementing renewable energy resources to abate GHG and climate change, Comins is trained by Al Gore to present The Climate Project. In 2009 he produced 13 side events at the UNFCCC COP 15 in Copenhagen Denmark and is now producing the 8h Annual AREDAY: “Putting $ Green in the Green: Monetizing Carbon in the Global Economy”