Energy Transition Imperative: How Do We Get There From Here? with Jason Bordoff and Alex Halliday
About this event
To achieve the global goal of net zero emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050, the world needs to move quickly toward an unprecedented transformation of nearly every activity in modern life and across all sectors in the global economy. This month’s 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference—COP26—set aggressive new targets, with President Biden promising to show the world that the United States is “leading by the power of our example” and pledging drastic cuts to reliance on fossil fuels.
But what does the energy transition mean in practice? How will this impact the economy, societies, your world? The implications are vast and complicated.
Join us online for an important conversation: Energy Transition Imperative: How Do We Get There From Here? Alex Halliday, Founding Dean of the Columbia Climate School, and Jason Bordoff, Co-Dean of the Climate School and a world-leading energy policy expert, discuss a future of profound change and action.
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