April 1: Gov. Jay Inslee to Discuss Energy Solutions at University of Washington

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Climate Action Goes to Washington State
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Climate Action Goes to Washington (State): Energy Solutions in the Pacific Northwest
Featuring Gov. Jay Inslee

The recent agreement between Washington state, British Columbia, Oregon and California to harmonize their climate and energy policies has the potential both to accelerate greenhouse gas reductions and to catalyze a strong, clean, and resilient economy. Join Washington Governor Jay Inslee and other distinguished leaders on Tuesday, April 1, for a discussion on the future of clean industry. Brought to you by Climate Desk Live, this event is a partnership between the University of Washington’s College of the Environment, Climate Access, and Climate Desk. Hosted by award-winning journalist Chris Mooney and sponsored by Bloomberg BNA, the discussion will cover a range of key climate policy issues from coal terminals, to fuel efficiency standards, to carbon pricing, with an eye toward innovation and new energy solutions.

Featured Guests: Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee; Lisa Graumlich, Dean, College of the Environment, University of Washington; Paul Shukovsky, correspondent, Bloomberg BNA
When: Tuesday, April 1, 3-5pm
Where
: University of Washington, Tower Auditorium.
Cost: Free. Advance registration is required.

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