LSE Alumni are Invited to a Panel Discussion on the Future of the Climate - Thur Sept 12
Please join us for a timely interactive panel discussion featuring expert guest speakers on the future of the climate and energy policy in California.
Details on panel members are below. Space is limited.
Date: Thursday, September 12th, 2019
Time: 5:30 to 7:30pm
Location: Startup Basecamp 900 Franklin Street, San Francisco CA
Price: $20 non-members and all guests / $10 discount for AFLSE member
(Please consider joining or renewing your AFLSE membership.)
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Panelists at this event:
Chris Clearfield is the author of “Meltdown: Why Our Systems Fail and What We Can Do About It”. Winner of the 2019 George R. Terry Book Award of the Academy of Management. “Meltdown effectively conveys why addressing systemic failures is both difficult and essential…Where Meltdown really hits its stride is in taking on the factors that promote groupthink and discourage dissent.”
—The Wall Street Journal
Severin Borenstein is Faculty Director at the Energy Institute of the Haas School of Business. Dr. Borenstein has deep expertise in the public and private economics of renewables electricity generation - including how market forces can encourage an impactful response to climate change. Dr. Borenstein has observed that, “working on the economics of energy and climate change, wince-inducing statements of “fact” are everywhere.” He was the winner of the International Association for Energy Economics, Outstanding Contributions to the Profession Award, and holds a PhD in Economics from MIT.
Gretchen Parker Taylor is a Partner at Environmental Resources Management (ERM) and graduated from LSE, where she received a MSc in Environmental Assessment. Gretchen advises power sector clients, including PG&E and Southern California Edison, on the development and maintenance of their energy infrastructure with a focus on safety and sustainability. She also supports PG&E’s wildfire risk reduction program. Gretchen is a member of the Association of Environmental Professionals and the San Francisco Planning & Urban Research Association.
5:30PM Thu 12 Sep 2019
Please join us for a timely interactive panel discussion on the future of the climate and energy policy in California.
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