Events - 23 Jan 20

USEA Annual State of the Energy Industry Forum

The Forum brings together distinguished leaders from the most influential energy trade associations to share their outlook and to discuss dynamic issues facing the energy industry in the new year.

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Deep Decarbonization Pathways

The event will feature a presentation on various pathways to net-zero global greenhouse gas emissions, followed by a facilitated discussion featuring perspectives from multiple levels of government.

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Meeting of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will convene a meeting open to the public.

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Meeting of MWCOG’s Climate, Energy & Environment Policy Committee

Join the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments’ Climate, Energy, and Environment Policy Committee during Public Policy Day at the 2020 Washington Auto Show.

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Green Project Financing for Growth

On January 23, Leaders in Energy/Potential Energy DC will co-host their annual green financing program.

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Sustainability Consulting: Evolving Opportunities to Become a Change Agent

You hear the term Sustainability Consulting and think, “Sounds like an interesting job. Can I do it? Should I do it?”

According to Hunter Lovins, “Sustainability consultants, at their best, make the case for radical innovation. They can push a company to take steps that may be unpopular but that make solid business sense, and that address the fundamental roots of environmental and social challenges.” What skill sets are required to drive this kind of change? What are the different types of opportunities within sustainability consulting?

Hear from a cohort of sustainability consultants about careers helping organizations along their sustainability journey.

Speakers include Hunter Lovins, Martin Freeman , Justine Porter, and Jarrid Green.

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Panel with D.C.’s Youth Climate Activists

Join the Audubon Naturalist Society for a panel discussion with some of the D.C. region’s most extraordinary young climate activists.

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