This exclusive event series connects Alliance Associate members with key legislators and policymakers in energy efficiency, both inside and outside Washington, D.C., and hosts candid discussions about the future of energy efficiency policy.
Green Business Roundtable invites all interested in the intersection of business and sustainability to join us for networking, discussion and insight.
The Natural Gas Roundtable will host Janice Schneider, Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management at Interior (DOI), as its featured guest speaker at the Natural Gas Roundtable luncheon on Tuesday, March 31st, where she will discuss the current offshore energy production landscape.
The Social Cost of Carbon tool assesses the economic costs of greenhouse gas emissions. A panel of experts will offer a primer on the tool and debate the advantages and shortcomings of relying on it as a factor in agency decision-making.
The Energy Security Worldviews in Asia Roundtable examines how key actors with an influence on energy decision making in Japan, South Korea, and China view their country's energy vulnerability and security. What strategies are being promoted? How susceptible are these countries' energy policies to being "securitized" toward nationalist preferences over market oriented and international strategies? Where does the center of gravity of thinking on energy security lie?
How does the price of oil change what we pay for gas? What affects both of these things and how are they related Avery Ash, Director, Federal Relations at the American Automobile Association (AAA) will discuss the recent fluctuations in gas prices, expectations for the short term and long term and give some insight into the work AAA does to forecast prices for their members and the public.
This study assesses the potential impacts, benefits, and costs of two different proposed classes of climate intervention: (1) carbon dioxide removal and (2) albedo modification (reflecting sunlight). Carbon dioxide removal strategies address a key driver of climate change, but research is needed to fully assess if any of these technologies could be appropriate for large-scale deployment.