Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions

RGGI's Role in Achieving State Climate Goals: The Opportunities and Challenges of Expanding Trading to States Outside RGGI

Date and Time
Tuesday, July 12, 2016 - 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Location
90 Church Street, 4th Floor, Lower Manhattan, New York City

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The Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Resources for the Future and the Georgetown Climate Center will host the workshop "RGGI's Role in Achieving State Climate Goals: The Opportunities and Challenges of Expanding Trading to States Outside RGGI," 10 a.m. -3:30 p.m. July 12 in New York City.

Advance registration is required but attendance is free. Webinar access is also available with advanced registration.

 
 

Agenda

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9:30      Registration
10:00    Introduction and Review of Agend
            Franz Litz, for the Collaborative for RGGI Progress
10:05    What Role Should RGGI Play in Achieving State Greenhouse Gas Reduction Goals?
           
Moderator: Sonia Hamel for the Collaborative for RGGI Progress
            
-Elizabeth A. Stanton, Synapse Energy Economics
            
-Kate Zyla, Georgetown Climate Center
            
-Bill F. Gould, EPRI
11:00    Respondents Panel
             
-Chris Wentlent, Exelon Corporation
            
-Jamie Howland, Acadia Center
            
-Bradley Campbell, Conservation Law Foundation
           
 Followed by Responses from Audience
Noon     Lunch
1:15       Presentation Panel: What are the Opportunities and Challenges for Trading with States Outside RGGI?
            
Moderator: Brian Murray, Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions
            
-Franz Litz, RGGI Collaborative
           
 -Paul Hibbard, the Analysis Group
           
 -Dallas Burtraw, Resources for the Future
2:15       Respondents Panel
            
-Brian Jones, MJ Bradley & Associates
        
    -Cathy Waxman, National Grid
           
 -Jackson Morris, Natural Resources Defense Council
          
  -Michael Dowd, Virginia DEQ
             
Followed by Responses from Audience
3:15       Recap and Closing
3:30       Adjourn

This gathering is in compliance with our understanding of the requirements and restrictions of the North Carolina Ethics Act and Lobbying Law, NCGS §138A-32(e).