Upcoming Events

Monday, December 16, 2019

Market Designs for the Clean Energy Transition – Proposed Forward Clean Energy Markets

This workshop will be a discussion around the proposed FCEM, and is one in a series of WRI workshops that examine market design issues and the clean energy transition.

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Climate Change in Asia

This conference is part of the Asia Transnational Threats Forum, an interdisciplinary forum launched by the Brookings Institution Korea Chair to harness the collective expertise of U.S. and foreign partners to tackle key strategic issues affecting all of Asia.

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Women’s Council on Energy & the Environment’s December 2019 Happy Hour

This is WCEE’s final Happy Hour of the year! We will be meeting at Kafe Leopold and at 6:30 pm, we will be heading out the door to look at the Christmas lights in Georgetown on a self-guided tour.

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Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Energy Efficiency Impact Report Launch

Join the Alliance to Save Energy, along with partners American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy and Business Council for Sustainable Energy, to hear about the Energy Efficiency Impact Report directly from the report’s contributors.

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Healthy Soils for a Healthier Planet

The event will open with a short primer on soil health, including an overview of the current health of US soils, what healthier soils might look like in future, and how research suggests we can foster such improvements. A panel of experts will share perspectives from various sectors—government, industry, and the conservation community – on how practices, technologies, and policies related to soil health are evolving.

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NPC Headliners Luncheon with Jane Fonda

Actor and activist Jane Fonda will speak at a National Press Club Headliners luncheon on her movement to push for political action on climate change.

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A Climate of Hope – Scientists & Faith Communities Addressing the Climate Crisis

Join the American Association for the Advancement of Science Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion, Dr. Hayhoe, and Bishop Jefferts Schori for a discussion on climate change, environmental stewardship, and ways faith communities and scientists are working together to address one of today’s most pressing issues.

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Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Telling Stories About Climate Change Responses

Join the Center for Public Engagement with Science & Technology for coffee and moderated conversation with Dr. Katharine Hayhoe (Texas Tech University), Dr. Katy Hinman (AAAS DoSER: Dialogue on Science, Ethics and Religion), Daniel Barry (AAAS Local Science Engagement Network) and Emily Therese Cloyd (AAAS Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology).

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Less Certain Than Death – Using Tax Incentives to Drive Clean Energy Innovation

Join the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) for a briefing on a new report about using tax incentives to drive clean energy innovation and an expert panel discussion of key issues and congressional activity on the issue.

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Less Certain than Death: Using Tax Incentives to Drive Clean Energy Innovation

Join ITIF for a briefing on a new report about using tax incentives to drive clean energy innovation and an expert panel discussion of key issues and congressional activity on the issue.

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