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Green Industrial Policy Webinar March 24, 12-2 pm ET

  • 1.  Green Industrial Policy Webinar March 24, 12-2 pm ET

    Posted 03-17-2021 09:30

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    Industry Studies Association

     Industrial Policy Webinar Series

    Green Industrial Policy

    March 24, 12-2pm ET

    ISA's Industrial Policy Series is back for spring 2021! Join us in three engaging discussions, beginning on Wednesday, March 24 at noon Eastern time, when we will focus on "Green Industrial Policy". Register here and visit our website here to learn more about upcoming webinars.  

    Green Industrial Policy

    Wednesday, March 24, 2021 | 12:00-2:00pm ET

    Eliminating carbon emissions from the global economy will require a vast overhaul of the industrial sector. Although economy-wide policies like carbon pricing must play an important role, industry-specific policies will also be necessary to get to "net-zero" before catastrophic climate change is locked in. Many nations, including China and Germany, have begun to implement green industrial policies. The United States federal government has not, but President Biden promised to change that during his campaign. This session will explore the new administration's plans and progress in comparative and global perspective.

    Speakers:

    Henry Kelly, Non-resident Senior Fellow, Boston University Institute for Sustainable Energy.

    Sarah Ladislaw, Senior Vice President and Director, Energy and National Security Program, CSIS

    Alfred Marcus, Professor, Edson Spencer Endowed Chair in Strategy and Technological Leadership, University of Minnesota

    Register Here for Green Industrial Policy

    Check here for the full webinar lineup and register today!

     

    Contact Info:

    ISA@industrystudies.org
    PO Box 1647
    Pullman, WA 99163

     


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    Alfred A. Marcus
    Professor and Spencer Chair in Strategy and Technological Leadership
    University of Minnesota
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