Events - 10 Apr 19

House Science Committee World Oceans Month Events

On June 4, please join us for a screening of the award-winning Netflix documentary Chasing Coral, followed by a Q&A with Dr. James Porter of the University of Georgia, a Scientific Advisor to the documentary. On June 6, please join us for an Ocean Exploration Expo to showcase breakthrough ocean technology, including footage from ocean exploration missions and other hands-on experiences from the start-ups, researchers, philanthropists, and government agencies at the front lines of modern ocean exploration.

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House Natural Resources Committee Hearing on Puerto Rico’s Electric Power Authority

The full House Committee on Natural Resources will convene a hearing entitled “The Status of the ‘Rebuilding and Privatization of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority’ (PREPA).”

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One Federal Decision, One Year In

Join us for a moderated discussion on the implementation of One Federal Decision thus far and critical next steps for achieving the intended improvements.

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Regulatory Roundtable: One Federal Decision, One Year In

Join us for a moderated discussion on the implementation of One Federal Decision thus far and critical next steps for achieving the intended improvements.

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Topical Nuclear Energy Issues & U.S. Lab Innovations

Grab a donut and get the latest updates on nuclear energy and current happenings at the U.S. national laboratories.

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Countering the Cartel: A Policy Response to OPEC’s Anti-Market Actions

Please join SAFE on Wednesday, April 10 for a panel discussion on the cost of OPEC’s actions and explores potential policy responses.

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House Energy Committee Hearing on America’s Energy Infrastructure

The House Energy & Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Energy will hold a legislative hearing entitled “Investing in America’s Energy Infrastructure: Improving Energy Efficiency and Creating a Diverse Workforce” on a series of bills aimed at making Americans’ homes, buildings and energy infrastructure more efficient and cost-effective.

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Senate Environment Committee Hearing on Utilizing Emissions

The Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works will hold a Business Meeting to consider the following items:
**S. 383, Utilizing Significant Emissions with Innovative Technologies Act
**S. 747, Diesel Emissions Reduction Act of 2019
**S.__, John F. Kennedy Center Reauthorization Act of 2019
**General Services Administration resolution

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Senate Commerce Committee Hearing on Pipeline Safety

U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer, R-Neb., chairman of the Senate Commerce, Science & Transportation Committee’s Subcommittee on Transportation and Safety, will convene a hearing titled, “Pipeline Safety: Federal Oversight and Stakeholder Perspectives.” The hearing will examine federal pipeline safety and federal oversight as the Commerce Committee considers reauthorization of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration’s pipeline safety program.

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How Will Climate Change Transform American Democracy?

Join the New America Fellows Program and Future Tense for a conversation with David Wallace-Wells, author of the New York Times bestselling book The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming, and Vann Newkirk, Staff Writer at the Atlantic, about the far-reaching impacts of climate change and steps policymakers and citizens can take to address short-term threats and build long-term strategies for resilience.

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