Events - 6 Feb 19

As of July 13, 2020, DC Green Scene will no longer be updated with new events. In light of COVID-19 and other circumstances, we will be discontinuing the event calendar and weekly newsletter.

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Clean Energy Innovation – The Path Forward

The transition toward clean energy is gaining momentum as prices collapse, technological innovation advances, performance improves and demand increases. While the path forward in clean energy innovation is uncertain on the federal policy front, innovation in the market seems promising. Can the market lead policy, or can the market and federal policy still find a way to meet each other halfway?

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House Energy Committee Hearing on Climate Change

The House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Environment and Climate Change will hold a hearing entitled, “Time for Action: Addressing the Environmental and Economic Effects of Climate Change.”

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House Natural Resources Committee Hearing on Climate Change Impacts

The full Natural Resources Committee will hold a hearing on the need to address climate change and its impacts on American communities, natural resources and economic well-being.

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Sustainability Lunch – 2018 Duke Energy Innovation Fund

Please join us for the next Sustainability Lunch. The 2018 Duke Energy Innovation Fund project leaders will describe their work. The session will be a great chance to hear about initiatives around campus and meet your sustainability colleagues.

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Infrastructure Investing & Renewables in MENA

Aaron Bielenberg is an Expert Associate Principal at McKinsey & Company. The power sector is a key area of focus for Aaron; he has advised clients on renewable energy and clean technology topics for over 10 years. He also serves on the board of a distributed energy company focused on emerging markets.

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Letter Writing for Climate

Join Citizens’ Climate Lobby as we write letters to the editor about climate change.

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