Republican Solutions to Reduce Emissions


Federal climate change policy is being seriously debated on Capitol Hill and Republicans are reaffirming leadership on these issues. In just the past year, Republicans have re-asserted strong positions on innovative, technology neutral, and market-based approaches to reducing emissions.

Join CRES Forum for a panel discussion on a myriad of these Republican solutions. Panelists will discuss the new policy landscape for Republican engagement in clean energy and climate change. Attendees will include Hill staff, and energy and climate policy experts.

Welcoming Remarks:

**Heather Reams, Executive Director, Citizens for Responsible Energy Solution

Confirmed panelists:
**Kate Tubb-Senior Policy Analyst, Center for International Trade and Economics, Davis Institute
**Dylan Reed – Director, Advanced Energy Economy
**Jeremy Harrell – Managing Director, ClearPath
**Brandon Arnold – Vice President, National Taxpayers Union

Moderator:

**Charles Hernick – Policy Director, Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions Forum

Lunch will be served. This is considered a widely attended event.

We expect this to be a sold-out event, so seating is first come-first-serve.

Registration is required as space is limited.

A waitlist will be activated when tickets reach capacity.

Location

Capitol Hill Club, Eisenhower Room
300 First Street, SE
Washington DC 20003

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