You asked for it and you got it. Okay, you didn’t consciously ask, but you definitely wanted it. Next Monday (12/1) at noon:
Joseph Romm, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
Bracken Hendricks, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
Full info here and below:
At a time of fiscal belt tightening, when some would put environmental priorities on the back burner, there are many who believe that investing in a green economy now is the best way to achieve both short and long term economic solutions. A recent paper by the Center for American Progress and the University of Massachusetts Political Economy Research Institute, “Green Recovery: A Program to Create Good Jobs and Start Building a Low Carbon Economy,” finds that to promote economic mobility, growth, job creation, and regain technological leadership in the global innovation marketplace, we must fundamentally change how we produce and consume energy in this country and transform our economy to a low-carbon model. Investing in clean energy and efficiency will enable the United States to regain technological leadership in the global innovation marketplace, grow our economy, reduce global warming emissions, and invest in national security.
Please join the Center for American Progress and three of the country’s leading advocates for investments in a green economy for a discussion on how each step of an economic recovery package (stabilization, stimulus, recovery, and growth) can be greened, and explore both national and state perspectives on policy solutions towards transforming our economy to a low-carbon model.
Copies of Hot, Flat, and Crowded will be available for purchase at the event.
Monday, December 01, 2008
Program: 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Admission is free.
A light lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m.
Center for American Progress
1333 H St. NW, 10th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
Map & Directions
Nearest Metro: Blue/Orange Line to McPherson Square or Red Line to Metro Center
For more information, please call 202.741.6246.
For those who can’t attend — and the wait list is already more than 180 — there will be a video, though not live, unless C-SPAN decides to cover this, which is always a longshot.