Pre-registration is available for ACORE's National Renewable Energy Policy Forum, an event that brings renewable energy leaders and policy makers from Capitol Hill and across the country to assess renewable energy market growth and make the case for a coherent, long-term and consistent federal policy framework to accelerate the transformation of our nation’s energy sector.
Resources for the Future and Stanford University will present additional results of a recent poll on American's attitudes on climate change and issues such as clean energy, power plant emissions, and energy subsidies, and will provide an in-depth discussion on what these results could mean for climate policy in the United States.
Often lacking from high-level discussions on climate change adaptation and mitigation is the inevitable role that rapid population growth plays in exacerbating vulnerability in developing countries. The Wilson Center will host a discussion with Monica Das Gupta and Kathleen Mogelgaard to explore these co-benefits and strategies to integrate them into climate change responses.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
The Long Road to Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions in China: Partnerships for Cleaner Energy Innovation
The discussion will highlight some drivers and obstacles to clean energy innovation in China’s economy.
The House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology and its Subcommittee on Environment will hold a joint hearing entitled "Science of Capture and Storage: Understanding EPA’s Carbon Rules."
Join POLITICO Pro and fellow Pro Energy readers for a happy hour featuring drinks, appetizers and conversations about the energy policy news of the day.
The Environmental Law Institute and the D.C. Bar's Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Section will host a free networking event.
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.
Thursday, March 13, 2014
2014 J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Environmental Law Symposium: The Role of Planning in Federal Land Management
The George Washington University Law School, the University of Houston Law Center, and the Environmental Law Institute will be co-sponsoring a conference to examine the role of planning in federal land management. Each of the principal federal land management agencies is required to engage in planning under its organic statute. The agencies also must conduct planning to comply with requirements under cross-cutting environmental and natural resource management laws such as the National Environmental Policy Act and the Endangered Species Act.
ACORE, the Global America Business Institute, and the Korea Institute of Energy Research will host a lunch discussion and presentation by Phillip Brown, Specialist in Energy Policy at the Congressional Research Service.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Green Power Partnership (GPP) will host a webinar entitled "Long-term Green Power Procurements from Wind Projects.”