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Please join the Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program to hear from leaders and experts on the multi-dimensional weather, water, and climate-related risks that exist in the Pacific, and how improving and coordinating predictive capabilities to support U.S. decision-making can lead to actionable and effective responses in the region.More Details
The House Natural Resources Committee’s Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources will hold a legislative hearing on H.R. 4248.More Details
The Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources will hold a hearing to consider the nomination of Mr. Dan Brouillette to be Secretary of the Department of Energy.More Details
Please join us for a talk by economist Dr. Geoffrey Rothwell, formerly with the Nuclear Energy Agency of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris, on the relationships between sizes and costs of wet/dry and onsite/offsite SNF storage facilities.More Details
Join the Center for American Progress, Environmental Defense Fund, League of Conservation Voters, and Sierra Club for a discussion on how the United States can build a 100 percent clean future. Reps. Debbie Dingell (D-MI), Joe Neguse (D-CO), and Paul Tonko (D-NY) will join CAP Senior Vice President Christy Goldfuss to discuss pathways the federal government can take to build a 100 percent clean future. The second panel will feature advocates and state leaders focused on a discussion of progress and lessons learned at the state level.More Details
The House Science, Space & Technology Committee’s Subcommittee on Energy will hold a hearing entitled “Water and Geothermal Power: Unearthing the Next Wave of Energy Innovation.”More Details
The purpose of this academic panel is to examine how the adoption of renewable sources of energy intertwine with economic development. Economic and environmental experts will guide us through the administrative policies, and the cultural and geographic characteristics of developing countries, to replicate the real-world achievements and challenges encountered by these countries.More Details
Climate change is in the news constantly, and not in a good way. But the good news is that women are at the front lines of the innovative efforts to make our communities more resilient and to avoid some of the worst consequences. Learn from key leaders from government, the media, and nonprofits as they share all they are doing in the climate change arena…and learn what you can do to help.More Details