Sterling Corporation Partner, Conservative Energy Network Executive Director Mark Pischea to Speak at “Conservative Thought and Sustainability” Forum in Conjunction with Republican National Convention

CLEVELAND, OH – On Wednesday, July 20, Mark Pischea, Partner of the Sterling Corporation, a division of Lambert, Edwards & Associates, and also the Executive Director of the Conservative Energy Network will speak at a forum showcasing leading conservative thinkers and their solutions to environmental sustainability and energy issues. Pischea will focus on conservative policies that enhance economic, national and environmental security.
The event, organized by the American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC), will be held from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm at Cleveland State University (CSU), 1801 Euclid Ave in Cleveland. It is free and open to the public. Reservations are required and may be made here:
 “Too often, conservatives have allowed energy and sustainability issues to be dominated by the political Left,” said Mark Pischea of the Conservative Energy Network. “Conservatives can come to the table with real solutions to pressing energy and sustainability problems that affect our economy, national security, and natural resources. The time is now for conservatives to lead on energy policy – increasing our commitment to clean, renewable energy and energy efficiency, while encouraging innovation, economic development and entrepreneurship.”

“As private and public sector initiatives both demonstrate, we can have a more sustainable world without growing government or extensive regulation, while encouraging choice, providing clear pricing signals, and limiting the concentration of power,” said Richard Eidlin, Vice President of Policy and Campaigns at ASBC. “Through this forum we will explore how conservative thought can enhance sustainable goals and create better public policy.”
In addition to conservative policies that enhance national and environmental security, other panels at the forum will cover business strategies for environmental sustainability as a competitive advantage, and how to build an economy of entrepreneurs and innovators.

Other speakers include:

David Anthony, Naturepedic
Cathy Belk, Jumpstart Incubator
Alex Bozmoski, republicEN
Michele Combs, Young Conservatives for Energy Reform
Trammell Crow, Earth Day Texas & Partner, Crow Holdings
Ebie Holst, CEO, SplashLink
Benson Lee, Technology Management, Inc.
David Nash, McMahon DeGulis LLP
Joe Paterniti, Key Bank
Rod Randolph Richardson, Grace Richardson Fund
Catrina Rorke, R Street Institute
Rob Sisson, ConservAmerica
Jerry Taylor, Niskanen Center
Howard Williams, Construction Specialties

Founded in 1999, the Sterling Corporation is Michigan’s leading conservative public affairs firm and the state’s top fundraising consultancy.  Best known for its public policy, issues management and issue advocacy work, Sterling offers comprehensive campaign management, grassroots/grasstops advocacy, ballot initiatives, integrated marketing and crisis management.  Based in Lansing, Mich., Sterling has clients across the state and throughout the country spanning corporations, associations, coalitions and non-profits seeking to influence public policy and advocate on behalf of their issues and campaigns.  Sterling is a subsidiary of Lambert, Edwards & Associates, a top-10 Midwest-based PR firm and a top-20 investor relations firm nationally with clients based in 20 states and six countries.

The American Sustainable Business Council advocates for policy change and informs business owners and the public about the need and opportunities for building a vibrant, sustainable economy. Through its national member network it represents more than 200,000 business owners, executives and investors from a wide range of industries.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Media are invited to attend. Please RSVP here: