Bard Center for Environmental Policy Presents
National Climate Seminar: Interstate Cooperation and US Climate Policy
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
On March 16th, the Bard Center for Environmental Policy spoke with Dr. Dallas Burtraw, Senior Fellow, Resources for the Future. He discusses interstate cooperation on US Climate Policy and the fate of the EPA's Clean Power Plan. Dallas Burtraw is one of the nation’s foremost experts on environmental regulation in the electricity sector. For two decades, he has worked on creating a more efficient and politically rational method for controlling air pollution. He also studies electricity restructuring, competition, and economic deregulation. He is particularly interested in incentive-based approaches for environmental regulation, the most notable of which is a tradable permit system, and recently has studied ways to introduce greater cost-effectiveness into regulation under the Clean Air Act.
"Climate change is a global problem. The contribution of U.S. efforts are greater, in my mind, for the influence they have on the behavior of the other nations of the world than for the specific reductions that the U.S. achieves. The greater contribution is leadership in this case." Dallas Burtraw
Read about Dallas' work here.
Watch the archived webinar here.
NATIONAL CLIMATE SEMINAR
Bard Center for Environmental Policy hosts National Climate Seminar, a webinar series, at 12pm EST. This year the series focuses on The Power Dialog featuring Bard CEP staff, faculty and students interviewing preeminent policy and science educators from leading universities and advocacy organizations regarding the recent hurdles facing the President's Clean Power Plan. Listeners can watch live or listen to past podcasts here. Past speakers have included thought leaders from 350.org, Sierra Club, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and many more.
BARD CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
The Bard Graduate Programs in Sustainability offer masters programs in Environmental Policy, Climate Science and Policy, and Sustainable Business. The Bard Center for Environmental Policy's career-focused, science based, interdisciplinary masters of science programs are located in New York’s beautiful Hudson Valley. The rigorous first year coursework, followed by a required 4-6 month immersive internship, culminates with a Master’s Capstone Project and a 93% job placement rate within 6 months of graduation. Graduates are currently pursuing careers in many fields such as: alternative energy, international Development, advocacy/lobbying, conservation, research, and strategic consulting. For more information:bard.edu/cep/
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: Albee B102