Forward in Energy Forum – Feb. 24

The upcoming Forward in Energy Forum poses the question “How much can we reduce greenhouse emissions without a federal mandate?” and will examine the role of federal, state, and local governments in regulating greenhouse gas emissions as well as the ways that politics and science combine to affect our approach to climate policy. This topic will serve as a framework for a discussion of how energy-related policies with multiple objectives can impact individuals and communities in Wisconsin and beyond.

Presenters include:

  • Neil Stenhouse, Assistant Professor, Life Science Communication
  • Steph Tai, Assistant Professor, Wisconsin School of Law
  • Gregory Nemet, Associate Professor, LaFollette School of Public Affairs
  • Corbett Grainger, Assistant Professor, Agricultural & Applied Economics

The forum will take place Friday, Feb. 24 at 4 p.m. in the Wisconsin Energy Institute, room 115. For more information, visit energy.wisc.edu/events/energy-and-society or the event Facebook page.