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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Join the Interstate Renewable Energy Council for a visionary exploration of the pillar policies, practices and workforce training necessary to enable millions more Americans to benefit from clean energy.More Details
Join the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO), the Energy Futures Initiative (EFI), BW Research, and energy and workforce policy experts for the public release of the 2019 U.S. Energy and Employment Report (USEER). This is the fourth installment of the comprehensive energy jobs survey offering data and employment trends in five key energy sectors: Fuels; Electric Power Generation; Transmission, Distribution and Storage; Energy Efficiency; and Motor Vehicles.More Details
The House Natural Resources Committee’s Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources will convene a hearing entitled: “Examining the Policies and Priorities of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, and the U.S. Geological Survey.”More Details
The Johns Hopkins SAIS Energy, Resources and Environment program’s Global Leaders Forum and the South Asia Studies program present: India’s Energy and Climate Policy.More Details
NCAC will be co-hosting a happy house with WCEE, the Women’s Council on Energy the Environment. The mission of WCEE is to provide neutral forums for discussions on energy and the environment, and to foster the professional development of its members.More Details
Join us for RFF Live’s The Future of Carbon Pricing, where we will sit down with Dr. Gilbert Metcalf to discuss his book Paying for Pollution: Why a Carbon Tax is Good for America, published in 2019 by Oxford University Press. The event will kick off with brief remarks from Metcalf about the book, followed by a moderated conversation with economist Douglas Holtz-Eakin.More Details