Friday, February 5, 2016
Please join us for ALL or portions of our Energy and Sustainability Extravaganza at the George Mason University (GMU) – Arlington Campus, Friday, February 5th, from 11:30 am – 8 pm. The Extravaganza comprises 3 components on women in energy and environmental leadership; clean energy and sustainability research and education programs at GMU; and making connections with other professionals in this field.More Details
The Institute of World Politics will host the third Brian Kelley Memorial Lecture on the topic of Energy Security in the 21st Century with Amb. R. James Woolsey, Former Director of Central Intelligence and IWP Chancellor.More Details
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
U.S. EPA: NIEHS/EPA Children’s Environmental Health Research Centers Webinar: Avoiding Prenatal Exposures
EPA and NIEHS present the NIEHS/EPA Children’s Centers Webinar Series: Protecting Children’s Health for a Lifetime. The webinar is co-sponsored by the National Center for Environmental Research and the Office of Children’s Health Protection.More Details
Japan and the United States excel in many fields of technological development, especially robotics, healthcare, energy, and disaster risk reduction. These technologies are becoming increasingly relevant to foreign policy, as nations wrestle with the political and societal impacts of globalization, economic integration, environmental degradation, and—for many countries—aging populations. Looking ahead, a key challenge for the allies is to develop strategies to employ these technological skills for positive effect on the international stage.
This half-day conference with a diverse group of specialists from Japan and the United States will discuss the role of science and technology in twenty-first century diplomacy.
This conference will be followed by a light reception.More Details
The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) invites you to a briefing discussing the climate deal that came out of the 2015 Paris climate change conference, as well as what lies ahead for the 185 countries that pledged to reduce their emissions.More Details
You are invited to a round table discussion followed by a reception on Wednesday, February 10, 2016 from 4:00pm-6:30pm featuring Maria Vargas, Director of Better Buildings Challenge and Senior Program Advisor.
Roundtable Discussion: 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Cocktails & Networking: 5:30pm – 6:30pm
The Environmental Law Institute and the D.C. Bar’s Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Section invite you to attend a free networking event.
Light appetizers will be included; other refreshments are at your own expense.
NOTE: All registrants for Environmental Law Institute events need to have an ELI “account.” When you attempt to register for this event, you will be asked to “log in.”
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Join GW’s Trachtenberg School of Public Policy & Public Administration and School of Media & Public Affairs for a discussion of climate change moderated by Frank Sesno, director of the School of Media and Public Affairs and the creator and host of Planet Forward, a user-driven web and television project that highlights innovations in sustainability.More Details
What: The Environmental Law Institute and the D.C. Bar’s Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Section invite you to attend a free networking event. Light appetizers will be included; other refreshments are at your own expense.
Who: Members and friends of both organizations are welcome! Attendees must be age 21 years or older.
Where: The event will be held in Laughing Man Tavern’s Sideline Room, an area on the lower level and to the right when facing the bar. Nearest Metro stations: Metro Center and McPherson Square. An ELI representative will take your name and affiliation when you arrive.
Why: To build community and connections among environmental professionals. And to relax and have fun!
How Much: Free.More Details
The Nature Conservancy is extending the celebration of the New Year with a toast to nature! Please join Conservancy supporters and conservation enthusiasts for a happy hour to celebrate 2016! Attendees will have the chance to mix-and-mingle with like-minded professionals, as well as meet Conservancy staff members, including the event’s featured speaker, Maheen Qureshi, who works with the Conservancy’s NatureVest initiative. This fundraiser will support the Maryland/DC Chapter of The Nature Conservancy and its work on the urban tree canopy here in Washington, D.C.More Details