Congress is off for the week, leaving very little time to wrap up anything in the rest of what remains of this session. Energy events have been crammed into Monday to leave room for all the traveling and eating later in the week.
EPA’s Sharyn Lie, director of the Climate Economics and Modeling Center at the Office of Transportation and Air Quality, will participate in a webinar on bioenergy and invasive species, hosted by the Environmental Law Institute.
Deputy Assistant Energy Secretary for climate change Jonathan Pershing, Mexico National Energy Commissioner Francisco Barnes and World Bank energy director Charles Feinstein will participate in a panel looking at a United States Energy Association report on energy equity, security and environmental performance, at the National Press Club.
International Energy Agency economist Fatih Birol will discuss the organization’s energy outlook, at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and streamed live.
Natural Resources Defense Council members will discuss prospects for limiting China’s coal use, at the Woodrow Wilson Center and streamed live.
State Department special envoy for climate change Todd Stern will join a discussion on U.S. preparations for the 2015 climate change conference in Paris, at the Center for American Progress.