June 27, 2013

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Are there low cost, politically viable energy policies using current technology that adequately reduce imported oil and carbon dioxide emissions?

On June 27, 2013, a panel of policy makers and experts convened at NYU Washington, DC to discuss exactly this. Guests included Jim Messina, National Chair, Organizing for Action; Hill Huntington, Executive Director of the Energy Modeling Forum at Stanford University; Heather Zichal, Deputy Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change; And, Tony Knowles, President of NEPI and Former Governor of Alaska. The event featured a presentation and discussion focusing on Building America’s Energy Future: A Portfolio of Promising Policies.

Kalee Kreider, Former Communications Director and Environmental Advisor at the Office of Al Gore served as moderator.

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Meet the Panel

Jim Messina

Jim Messina

Hillard Huntington

Hillard Huntington

Tony Knowles

Tony Knowles

Heather Zichal

Heather Zichal

Meet the Moderator

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Kalee Kreider

Kalee Kreider is the former Communications Director and Environmental Adviser at the Office of Al Gore.

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