Date: September 5, 2018

Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Pacific

Overview

On September 12-14, the world will converge on San Francisco for the first-of-its-kind Global Climate Action Summit. Hosted by California Governor Jerry Brown and others, the Summit will gather international, subnational, business and other private sector leaders from around the world to discuss solutions to the world’s most pressing climate issues.
Please join E2 for this special webinar featuring one of the state officials directly responsible for organizing the event –California Secretary for Enviromental Protection Matt Rodriquezwho will discuss the purpose and goals of the Summit and why it’s so important, especially given the United States’ plans to pull out of the international Paris climate agreement.

We’ll also get an overview from NRDC International Program Director Jake Schmidt on the state of international climate policies and how the international community will be integrated into the Summit.

Lastly, E2 Executive Director Bob Keefe will provide details about an official business-focused affiliate event that E2 and its partners are organizing as part of the Summit, as well as other events that E2 and our partners at NRDC are hosting throughout the week.

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