Upcoming Events

Thursday, March 15, 2018

DC Environmental Film Festival

Each March in Washington DC, the Environmental Film Festival hosts the largest environmental film festival in the world, presenting 100+ films to audiences of more than 30,000.

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Monday, March 19, 2018

Advance Screening of “Beyond the Brink” + Panel Discussion

Ahead of World Water Day, please join for an advance screening of “Beyond the Brink,” Jim Thebault’s new documentary on the national security threats arising from California’s evolving water crisis, followed by a panel discussion on climate change driven water scarcity as an emerging global security concern.

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National Clean Energy Week Happy Hour

Join CRES Forum and National Clean Energy Week (NCEW) supporters for a Happy Hour!

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Planting Peace – Regenerative Agriculture, Indigenous Rights & the Climate

There will be a Panel Discussion on Indigenous Land Rights, Regenerative Agriculture & Farm Worker Empowerment to Address Conflict, Climate Change & Involuntary Migration.

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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

B Corps 101: Build a Better Business Workshop

Learn about Certified B Corporations and Benefit Corporations and how becoming one can improve your business. This will be an interactive workshop with discussion among participants.

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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

10th Annual American Coalition for Ethanol Washington, DC Fly-In

Please join the American Coalition for Ethanol for the 10th annual DC Fly-IN & Government Affairs Summit.

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Thursday, March 22, 2018

One Belt, One Road & Many Power Plants – Linking China’s Domestic & Global Energy Ambitions

CEF will be hosting speakers to discuss the trend lines of China’s coal and nuclear power domestically and along the Belt and Road.

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Autonomous Vehicles – The Future Is Now

Join WCEE to hear from Ellen Partridge, Senior Law Fellow at the Environmental Law and Policy Center; Kelley Coyner, Senior Fellow at the Center for Regional Analysis and Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University; and Fred Wagner, partner at Venable, as they share their knowledge of AV’s and the impacts AV’s will have on the natural and human environment, energy consumption, and the transportation landscape generally.

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Winners & Losers in a Warming World – The Political Economy of Climate Action

Join experts from WRI’s Climate Program and Governance Center for a conversation on the political economy of climate action.

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Saturday, March 24, 2018

Earth 2100 Conference | Future of Food and Soil: Call to Action!

Join us on Friday, March 23rd at Pansaari and Saturday March 24th at the Thurgood Marshall center for an engaging and interactive event to network and learn about the leading solutions for safeguarding our planet’s soil and food systems.

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