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Post Copenhagen: What Comes Next in the Climate Change Battle

Jan 13 2010 6:00 pm




















































After Copenhagen: 



 What Comes Next in the Climate Change Battle?



















































 



As we step away from nearly two weeks of climate change talks in Copenhagen, many questions remain unanswered. What was achieved at Copenhagen and what wasn't? How close is the international community to achieving a new global change treaty? 







Join Demos and the World Policy Institute
 for a post-Copenhagen debriefing to discuss these and other pressing concerns. A panel of leading experts will examine the obstacles that remain, the prospect that the United States will ratify any new agreement and/or fulfill promises of assistance to developing countries, and the role of policy groups, activists, business people and investors in ensuring fruitful U.S. leadership in the climate change battle. 
 



 



 























Speakers Include:







Diana GlassmanEnvironmental Business Group



Thomas KruseRockefeller Brothers Fund



Michael OppenheimerPrinceton University



William PowersWorld Policy Institute



Heather Rogers (moderator), Demos

































 



When:



Tuesday, January 12



6-8 PM



 



Where:



Demos



220 Fifth Avenue (between 26th and 27th streets)



Fifth Floor conference room



New York, New York



 



RSVP:



This event is free and open to the public, but advance registration is strongly recommended to reserve a seat.  RSVPHERE or by emailing events@worldpolicy.org or calling 212.481.5005 option 2.  

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