The Deepwater Horizon oil spill caused significant environmental, ecological, and economic damage to the Gulf of Mexico region. Since the spill, multiple projects have been funded to restore and conserve the Gulf region's natural environment. This webinar, organized by the GRP’s Offshore Situation Room planning committee, will focus on the decision-making frameworks for ecosystem restoration and economic recovery.
Join us at the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum Symposium as we hear about hot topics in the field of environmental law and policy, including the 50th anniversary of the EPA, COVID-19 and ties to energy and transportation, and environmental justice. An open Q&A will follow at the end.
Save the dates for the 5th annual Energy Week at Duke: November 9-12, 2020. This free online event series—which will focus on the theme of “Upheaval and Resilience” this year—is open to students, faculty, and professionals across the world. Featured events include the Duke University Energy Conference (November 11), the Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition (November 10), and the Spark Career Fair (November 10). More information coming soon.
Join the award-winning Ways & Means podcast team for a one-of-a-kind live storytelling event, Climate Whistleblowers, as a part of Duke Energy Week 2020. Produced by Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy, this podcast episode brings together bright ideas, faculty research and compelling human stories. Part listening, part interactive conversation, attendees will learn about cutting-edge climate initiatives to hopefully come away uplifted and inspired.