Christy Goldfuss, Managing Director, White House Council on Environmental Quality
Interviewed by Jeffrey Ball, Scholar-in-Residence, Stanford University's Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance, and Contributor, The New Republic
About this conference
State and local politicians, especially those whose communities have suffered from the recent spike in extreme weather events, have been far quicker than Congress to embrace meaningful climate change policies. How are state and local actors in Virginia coming together to address climate change and implement new policies? Are these case studies and pockets of success enough to achieve broad-scale climate action in the coming years? What will it take to bring climate change to the forefront of policy debates?
On Wednesday, April 15, The New Republic, in partnership with The College of William & Mary's Environmental Science and Policy program, will host The Next Frontier of Climate Change: State and Local Action in Virginia at The Visual Arts Center of Richmond in the Dominion Room on the second floor. The program, featuring the Honorable Terry R. McAuliffe, Governor, Commonwealth of Virginia, will address climate change action and implementation at the state and local level and shed light on the Administration's plan to introduce climate policy in 2015.
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