San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Carbon pricing is widely viewed as a cost-effective way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and encourage energy innovation. Different forms of carbon pricing are employed in a growing number of jurisdictions around the world. Experts join C2ES to explore options for expanding the use of carbon pricing in the United States -- in particular, as a way for states to implement upcoming federal standards to reduce carbon emissions from power plants.
Vice President, Markets and Business Strategy, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
Session I: Carbon Pricing - What are the Options?
Policy Director, Climate and Energy Economics Project, Brookings Institution
Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
Session II: Carbon Pricing Under the Clean Air Act
Co-Founder, Element VI Consulting
Vice President, Membership and Energy Markets, Great River Energy
Senior Fellow, Resources for the Future
Deputy Executive Director for Policy and External Relations, California Public Utilities Commission
Senior Fellow, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
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Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
Formerly the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization working to advance strong policy and action to address the twin challenges of energy and climate change.