Green New Deal(s) - Can they fuel the necessary energy transition? - A TransAtlantic perspective

BI Centre for Energy, UiO:Energy and Subsea Valley welcome you to a mini seminar.

Photo: Martin Falbisoner

The “Green New Deal” label evokes pictures of a political programme for a large society working together to overcome what had appeared to be insurmountable problems. The environmental challenge we face today is surely great. Is the Green New Deal, which originated in the US but whose appeal resonates across the Atlantic, capable of bringing us into the low-carbon society we need?

Our discussants have worked with energy and sustainability issues from a multitude of angles, and in diverse institutional and geographical settings.  

The seminar and light lunch are free, but please register HERE.

Light lunch served from 11:30

 

Discussants:

  • Kenneth B. Medlock III, Senior Director, Center for Energy Studies, Baker Institute, Rice University. Read more
  • Mark C. Thurber, Associate Director for Research, Program on Energy and Sustainable Development, Stanford University. Read more
  • Dag Harald Claes,  Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Oslo. Read more
  • Espen Barth Eide, Norwegian MP, Standing Committee for Energy and the Environment. Read more

Moderator:

  • Anne Therese Gullberg, Senior Advisor, Kruse Larsen. Read more

 

 
Published Apr. 4, 2019 8:37 AM - Last modified Apr. 4, 2019 3:29 PM