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  • Friday, November 1, 2013

    Facing Challenges in Energy Producing States

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    Wyoming is the largest coal producing state in the U.S., making up 30% of the state's GDP.  Because Wyoming is also home to Yellowstone National Park, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and other environmental tourist attractions, the state often faces conflicts between energy and environment.  Jerry Blann, President of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort discusses the challenges that Wyoming faces, and how Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is facing those challenges.
    Dave Brownlie, President and CEO, Whistler Blackcomb
    Mike Kaplan, President and CEO, Aspen/Snowmass
    Jerry Blann, President, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
    This program was recorded on October 22, 2013.

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