I’m going to be on a panel at the G20 meeting in Pittsburgh Friday afternoon. Details below:
Energy experts from the Center for American Progress and the Global Climate Network will meet blocks away from this week’s G-20 meetings and discuss the current energy profile of U.S. climate legislation. They will also preview two new reports on U.S.-China cooperation on carbon capture and sequestration and talk about pathways toward an integrated clean energy economy that promotes positive trade relationships instead of using trade only as a threat to ensure emissions reductions. Who:Joe Romm, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress and Editor, ClimateProgress.org
Andrew Light, Senior Fellow and Coordinator of International Climate Policy, Center for American Progress
Andrew Pendleton, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Public Policy Research and Secretary of the Global Climate Network
When: Friday, September 25, 3:00–4:00 p.m.Where: August Wilson Center
G20 Media Center980 Liberty AvePittsburgh, PA, 15222
All press arriving at the Wilson Center will be escorted to the Media Center for the press conference.Please email Suzi Emmerling at semmerling @ americanprogress.org or call at 202–481–8224 if you plan to attend.