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.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will host the seventh annual UNC Clean Tech Summit. The event convenes more than 1,000 students, business professionals, international speakers, policy members, and academics for two days of engagement to foster leadership, share new ideas, and bring growth opportunities to the Southeast’s clean tech economy. The Summit is co-hosted by the UNC Institute for the Environment and the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School.
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Earth’s carbon is stored in reservoirs, such as the atmosphere, the ocean, sediments, and trees. In the United States, forests store the equivalent of 52 years’ worth of US carbon emissions. This reservoir is expanding by about 0.5 percent per year; however, net growth is expected to decline over the next 30 years, primarily due to land use changes and forests aging.
The Global Energy Access Network (GLEAN) will be hosting its first talk series this spring on Friday, 31st January. The speaker for the session will be Jonathan Phillips. He will be speaking on assessing progress in energy access towards the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. All welcome, lunch will be served!
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.
Jackson Ewing will moderate "Regional Cooperation to Build Asian Carbon Markets," a panel at the COP25 summit in Madrid, Spain.
This session seeks to highlight the latest developments in building carbon markets in Asia and regional cooperation between countries, and identify specific opportunities and benefits of further cooperation – covering Emission Trading Systems (ETSs), offset projects, and other potential cooperative avenues. Opening interventions from speakers will be followed by a moderated discussion involving the audience.
In the next National Ecosystem Services Partnership (NESP) webinar, hear from Emily Pindilli, an economist with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), about the USGS LandCarbon program’s in-depth ecosystem service assessments at three different National Wildlife Refuges.