California and the Climate Fight: The State's New Relationship with Washington and the World
Panel Discussion | April 22 | 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. | 160 Kroeber Hall
Meredith Fowlie, Class of 1935 Endowed Chair in Energy Associate Professor, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics; Sol Hsiang, Chancellor's Associate Professor of Public Policy, Goldman School of Public Policy; Carol Zabin, Research Director, Center for Labor Research and Education, Institute for Research on Labor and Employment
Ned Helme, Executive Director, Center for Environmental Public Policy
With the USs commitment to the Paris Agreement in question and the future of federal climate change policy unclear, what steps should California take to remain at the forefront of climate action policy? Join Professor Meredith Fowlie (Class of 1935 Endowed Chair in Energy Associate Professor), Professor Sol Hsiang (co-lead author of the American Climate Prospectus and one of Forbess 30 under 30) and Professor Carol Zabin (Research Director, Center for Labor Research and Education, Institute for Research on Labor and Employment) in a discussion moderated by Center for Environmental Public Policy Executive Director Ned Helme about Californias policy options given potential conflicts with the new US administration on issues of climate change and the environment.
Sponsored by the Goldman Schools Center on Civility & Democratic Engagement and Center for Environmental Public Policy.
This event is free and open to the public. If you wish to request disability-related accommodations, including sign-language interpreters, please call (510) 642-5032. Please request accommodations as early as possible to assure the best possible arrangements.