Events - 2 Mar 18

Book Launch of “Confronting the Climate Challenge – U.S. Policy Options”

Join Resources for the Future (RFF) and the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment for the public launch of Confronting the Climate Challenge: US Policy Options.

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Driverless Cars

Join the Federalist Society for a discussion with experts on driverless cars.

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Hidden in Plain Sight? Why Resilient Buildings Are Critical U.S. Infrastructure

The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) and the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) invite you to a briefing on the public/private drive toward resilient buildings –– structures that are located, designed and built (or renovated) to withstand extreme weather, cyberterrorism, and other hazards now and for years to come.

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New Policies to Enable High Penetration Renewables – The Western Energy Imbalance Market

Join to get an overview of the Western Energy Imbalance Market from FERC staff Elisabeth Olson who worked in the California electricity market during EIM implementation.

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Nuclear Non-Proliferation & International Organizations

Take part in a conversation with IAEA Deputy Director Emeritus Janice Dune Lee to discuss trends in nuclear non-proliferation and career opportunities for students interested in the field.

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