Events - 29 Jan 20

DC Net Impact New Year Kick Off Party

Come join us on Wednesday, January 29th to kick off the new year, learn more about what DC Net Impact has in store, and meet someone new!

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EIA Presents Updated Long-Term Energy Projections

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) will release its 2020 Annual Energy Outlook (AEO) at a public event hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center. EIA releases its Annual Energy Outlook each year to provide updated projections of U.S. energy markets.

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Energy Markets & Security in Germany & Wider Europe

An American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS) roundtable will examine “Energy Markets and Security in Germany and Wider Europe: Is a Stronger EU the Answer?” The aim of this event is to explore from a transatlantic perspective the evolution of EU energy policies and what impacts deeper European integration and a stronger EU foreign policy voice would have on European energy transition, security of supply, and trade with Russia.

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Energy Efficiency Means Business in Your District

The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) invites you to a briefing to hear from a panel of experts about how energy efficiency programs create jobs and deliver direct meaningful savings to constituent homeowners, consumers, and businesses—all while reducing the stresses and strains on our energy system. Learn how energy efficiency programs deliver benefits to your constituents

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2020 Kick Off Party!

Come join us on Wednesday, January 29th to kick off the new year, learn more about what DC Net Impact has in store, and meet someone new!

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Read All About It – Climate Reporting & Sifting Through Bad

With such an extraordinary amount of information bombarding us every day, it can be hard to choose reliable, evidence based news sources when it comes to climate change reporting. Similarly, mountains of data can be hard to distill down to a few key findings for the general public. Reporters can face harassment and intimidation for probing the most egregious climate offenders, and stories that take months of hard work to research and write can be trampled over in the blink of an eye by soundbites, scandals and clickbait. How do we, as readers, determine what constitutes good, honest climate journalism, and how do hard-working climate reporters combat the opaqueness of their subjects?

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The Local Economy Solution: Driving Sustainability through Decentralized Economy Building + Local Investing

Join author and economist Michael Shuman for a conversation around how the movement to refocus economic development on local economies and the growth of the “Small-Mart” Revolution is driving sustainable development in communities across the world.

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