EVENT: The Year Ahead in Environment and Energy

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With the recent Paris Climate Conference and the upcoming presidential election already setting the tone, 2016 is set to be a critical year for environment and energy policy.

To better understand these emerging trends and stories, the Science and Technology Innovation Program at the Wilson Center is teaming up with the Environmental Change and Security Program and the Society of Environmental Journalists to host the fourth annual “Year Ahead in Environment and Energy” event from 3:00-5:00 pm on Feb. 11, 2016 at the Wilson Center.

Please join us to hear from reporters and journalists from Huffington Post, National Geographic, Bloomberg BNA, Washington Post, Environment & Energy Daily, and more. This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required: http://pages.wilsoncenter.org/20160211YearAhead.html

A reception will follow sponsored by The Nature Conservancy, Resource Media, Environmental Law Institute, Bloomberg BNA, and the Science and Technology Innovation Program.

 Welcome & Introduction

Meaghan Parker, Senior Writer and Editor, Environmental Change and Security Program

Jeff Burnside, President of the Board, Society of Environmental Journalists

Speakers 

Laura Barron-Lopez, Reporter, Huffington Post

Marla Cone, Senior Editor, National Geographic

Jessica Coomes, Deputy News Director, Bloomberg BNA

Chris Mooney, Reporter, Washington Post

Manuel Quinones, Deputy Director, Environment & Energy Daily

Dean Scott, Senior Reporter for Climate Change, Bloomberg BNA

Matt Weiser, Managing Editor,WaterDeeply.org

Moderator

Tim Wheeler, Reporter, Chesapeake Bay Journal

More information can be found here: https://www.wilsoncenter.org/event/the-year-ahead-environment-and-energy-2

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