Duke students, learn more about the 2020-2021 Bass Connections project teams before the application deadline. Stop by to talk with team leaders, Bass Connections staff and members of the Student Advisory Council to learn more about new project opportunities and the benefits of participation.
Kay Jowers, senior policy associate in the Nicholas Institute's State Policy Program, and Chris Timmins, professor in the Department of Economics, will explore avenues for working with nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and communities to support and resource progress toward environmental justice.
Kate Konschnik will speak at Carbon Pricing in Wholesale Energy Markets on March 3, 2020, at NYU's Washington, D.C., Campus.
As states advance their climate policies with ambitious clean energy targets, wholesale market operators are grappling with questions about if and how electricity markets should evolve as a response. Several ISO/RTOs are looking to change their market rules to include carbon pricing, but there is a diversity in approaches.
Katie Warnell will present "Applying InVEST for Coastal Resilience and Blue Carbon Planning in North Carolina" at the Natural Capital Symposium at Stanford University.
Kate Konschnik, director of the Nicholas Institute's Climate and Energy Program, will describe the overlapping environmental authorities of U.S. federal agencies and how these institutions work together (or don’t) on far-reaching challenges, as well as unforeseen disasters