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Hosted by The Wilderness Society, “Climate Change and U.S. Public Lands” is the second of a series of panel discussions aim to give the information, resources and connections journalists need to continue telling in-depth, powerful stories that explore the implications of current and future energy, environment and climate policies.
This upcoming panel discussion will dig deeper into the role that U.S. public lands play in the climate change discussions and solution, and the issues that surround it, with topics including: energy production and emissions tracking on public lands; the impact of an energy dominance agenda on the administration’s view of climate change and participation on an international stage; aspects of impacts and adaptation; and carbon storage.
**Dino Grandoni (moderator) – Reporter, The Washington Post
**Bill Ritter, Jr.- Director of the Center for the New Energy Economy (CNEE) and former Governor of Colorado
**Rebecca Leber – Reporter, Mother Jones
**David J. Hayes – Executive Director, State Energy & Environmental Impact Center and former Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Interior
**Ann M. Bartuska – Vice President for Land, Water, and Nature at Resources for the Future and former Deputy Under Secretary for Research, U.S. Department of Agriculture
National Press Club
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