After Copenhagen: What Happened? What Now?
After Copenhagen: What Now?
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Emily Adler, Partnership Director, Alliance for Climate EducationLouis Blumberg, Director, California Climate Change, The Nature ConservancyTony Brunello, Deputy Secretary for Climate Change and Energy, California Natural Resources AgencyLeslie Durschinger, Managing Partner, Terra Global CapitalCaitlin Grey, Student, Alameda High SchoolDan Jacobson, Executive Director, Environment CaliforniaAG Kawamura, Secretary, California Department of Food and AgricultureBruce Klafter, Head, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability, Applied MaterialsSally Osberg, President and CEO, The Skoll FoundationAmy Luers, Environment Manager, Google.orgNancy Skinner, Chair, Natural Resources Committee, California State Assembly
What are the prospects for a global climate treaty in 2010? With world leaders still arguing over how fast to reduce carbon pollution and who will pay for the clean up, we convene a panel of experts who attended the UN climate summit in Copenhagen. Was that a success, a bust or a little of both? We’ll have firsthand reports and backroom insights. The panel will also address the possibility of U.S. domestic climate legislation and the political and industrial jockeying around that part of the energy puzzle.
Location: SF Club OfficeTime: 6 p.m. program, 7 p.m. networking reception, 8 p.m. migrate to SF Green Drinks at 111 MinnaCost: $8 members, $15 non-members, students free (with valid ID)Also know: Attendees of COP 15 may register free with Copenhagen photo ID. Attendees of COP 15 may register as students and bring Copenhagen ID to registration desk at program for free ticket.