Events - 25 Sep 19

What Climate Change Means for Food Security & Political Stability in Africa

Please join the CSIS Global Food Security Project for a discussion with a panel of experts on the relationship between climate change, political instability, and food security using current events on the African continent as a lens.

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Senate Energy Committee Hearing on Multiple Energy Bills

The Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources will convene a business ting is to consider pending legislation.

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Cut Carbon, Raise Wages

The Alliance for Market Solutions (AMS) will host a briefing to discuss how using a carbon tax to reduce payroll taxes can grow the economy, cut emissions, and reduce regulatory burdens.

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Energy & Climate Policy Research Seminar with Stefanie Onder

Stefanie Onder presents: “How do farmers adapt to natural disasters and climate change? Evidence from India”

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Advancing Clean and Renewable Energy with Community Choice Aggregation

The event will explore an innovative tool for cities and counties that wish to shift towards more clean and renewable energy in a big wave, and could support Arlington in achieving its 100% renewable energy goal.

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Senate Environment Committee Hearing on Reducing Emissions & Driving Economic Growth

The Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works Subcommittee on Clean Air and Nuclear Safety will hold a subcommittee hearing entitled, “Reducing Emissions While Driving Economic Growth: Industry-led Initiatives.”

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Anointed with Oil – How Christianity & Crude Made Modern America

You are cordially invited to a book event with Dr. Darren Dochuk for his book “Anointed with Oil: How Christianity and Crude Made Modern America.”

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National Clean Energy Week: VIP Reception and Banquet

The NCEW VIP Dinner will be held on Wednesday, September 25, in appreciation of this year’s sponsors, steering committee members, and other invited guests.

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The State of the Environment – Latinx Communities Fighting Climate Change

Green Latinos will host the 2nd Annual Environmental Forum, “The State of the Environment: Latinx Communities Fighting Climate Change” to bring together local and national Latino leaders to discuss some of the most pressing environmental and conservation issues facing the Latino community.

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Green Drinks DC’s Happy Hour at Lost Society!

Enjoy their rooftop views with cheap drinks and good friends. Bring your buddies and have some laughs, together we make the DC environmental community stronger.

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