Events - Jackson Ewing
100 Fuqua Drive
Durham, NC 27708
Join the Duke Energy Initiative on Sept. 19 for Carbon trading game night, an interactive Emissions Trading System (ETS) simulation by the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). Using the EDF CarbonSim tool, this session will help students gain valuable ETS experience in a risk-free, entertaining, and fast-paced learning environment.
Join Gary Gereffi, one of the architects of the GVC framework, and Jackson Ewing of the Nicholas Institute, Alex Pfaff (Sanford, Nicholas School), and Giovanni Zanalda (Duke Economics, DUCIGS). Moderated by Ed Balleisen, Vice Provost for Social Sciences.
1201 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20004
Join Duke in DC for a Public Policy Roundtable on the environmental effects of China’s Belt and Road Initiative. Duke’s Public Policy Roundtables offer an open forum for conversation on the art of the possible in American policymaking.
Register to join us on Sept. 27 for an interactive Emissions Trading System (ETS) simulation by the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). Using the EDF CarbonSim tool, this session will help students, scholars, and other members of the Duke community gain valuable ETS experience in a risk-free, entertaining, and fast-paced learning environment.
Jackson Ewing, senior fellow at Duke's Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will present "Understanding China’s Shifting Environmental Policy Landscape" at noon on Wednesday, September 12.
The Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions will present the program for the 2018 North American Carbon World (NACW) conference in San Francisco, April 4-6, in partnership with NACW organizer Climate Action Reserve. The conference will address the most pressing issues in climate policy and carbon markets to the largest gathering of climate professionals in North America.
Constructing Africa’s Future: The Environmental and Social Implications of Chinese-Financed Infrastructure in Africa
WEATHER ALERT: All Thursday programming associated with this event has been cancelled. An abridged version of Friday's programming will take place 10 a.m.-noon. Please check back for further updates.
Hear leading academics, journalists, policymakers, and NGO experts discuss the environmental and social Implications of Chinese-financed infrastructure in Africa on Thursday, January 18 and Friday, January 19 on the Duke University campus. The workshop will assess how Duke/DKU and partner institutions can contribute to infrastructure planning in Africa so as to optimize its impact on the environment and global health.
Duke University's Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions and Georgetown University will host a lunchtime talk on Understanding the Chinese Carbon Market Proposal 12:30-2 p.m. Monday, January 8, in Washington, D.C.