Speaker: Jason Bordoff, Director of the Center on Global Energy Policy, Columbia University

Moderator: Robert N. Stavins, Director, Harvard Project on Climate Agreements

This seminar will explore the implications of the U.S. presidential election for U.S. energy and climate-change policy. The speaker will explore, in particular, how various election outcomes might lead to quite different U.S. stances on climate-change and energy policy. The speaker and moderator will also discuss how the various scenarios for the United States might affect international policy and action on climate change.

Registration is required. Please click here to register in advance for this webinar.

For more information, email the Harvard Project Program Coordinator at casey_billings@hks.harvard.edu.