Dave Lochbaum, Director, Nuclear Safety Project, Union of Concerned Scientists
Additional Speakers TBD
Three years after Fukushima we ask: Is nuclear power dead in the water? Or is it poised for revival due to the world’s desperate need for carbon-free energy? Two U.S. nuclear plants are being shut down, but dozens of others have been revitalized by regulators who approved letting them run another decade or two.
As we look to 2014, we will circle our chairs and have a facilitated conversation about what you most value about Climate One, and where it could do a better job. Your insights will help Climate One’s leadership gauge future opportunities to enhance its live events and radio shows and podcasts.Read more »
Keith Christman, Managing Director for Plastics Markets, American Chemistry Council; Co-chair, Global Action Committee on Marine Litter Molly Morse, CEO, Mango Materials Adam Lowry, Co-founder and Chief Greenskeeper, Method Products PBC Bridgett Luther, President, Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute Read more »
Lauren Faber, West Coast Political Director, Environmental Defense Fund Amy Myers Jaffe, Executive Director of Energy and Sustainability, UC Davis Andrew McAllister, Commissioner, California Energy Commission Craig Miller, Science Editor, KQED Read more »
Seating limited; please arrive early to ensure seats. Standing room available in the library.
Sally Jewell, U.S. Secretary of Interior
Conserving America’s natural heritage involves balancing competing interests and values. The Department of the Interior, which is responsible for extracting resources from public lands as well as protecting landscapes, is at the center of delicate balancing act. Read more »