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Climate 2030: Pairing Progressivism and Pragmatism

 

A recent Gallup poll indicates the concern about global warming is at an eight-year high.

But, how concerned should we actually be?

Come find out as our NextGen-heavy panel weighs in on this hot topic: 

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Alex Bozmoski is Director of Strategy & Operations for republicEn, where he leads policy development for George Mason University’s Energy and Enterprise Initiative. Full bio here.

 

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David Bailey is Research Director at the Climate Leadership Council and previously spearheaded ExxonMobil's climate policy arm. Full bio here

 

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Jesse Young is a strategic consultant at Climate Nexus and previously served as a senior advisor in the office of the Special Envoy for Climate Change, where he was part of the team that helped negotiate the Paris Agreement. Full bio here.  

 

Agenda

6:30-6:40 Welcoming remarks delivered by Minister and Deputy Chief of Mission Boris Ruge.

6:40-8:00 Panel Discussion.

8:00-9:00 The Embassy generously invites participants to a reception following the main program.

 

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WHEN
April 27, 2017 at 6:30pm - 9pm
WHERE
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
4645 Reservoir Rd NW
Washington, DC 20007
United States
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CONTACT
Adrienne Jacobs ·

Will you be there?