Fastest Path to Zero: The First 100 Days
In its first 100 days alone, the Biden-Harris Administration has already acted swiftly and boldly to help Americans recover from the COVID-19 crisis—accelerating vaccinations, reopening schools, and providing relief to small businesses, states, and cities that faced a difficult 2020.
President Biden’s next step in our recovery, the American Jobs Plan, would be the most transformational set of policies to pass in decades. But how will Congress approach the plan? And, if enacted, how will it support American jobs, lift up workers, bolster equity, and reduce carbon pollution?
- A conversation with US Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm on the Biden-Harris Administration’s clean energy priorities.
- A presentation from University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy professor Dr. Barry Rabe on presidential transitions.
- A panel with Reps. Susan Wild (D-PA), Ritchie Torres (D-NY), Roy Houseman, and Heather Zichal to discuss the Biden-Harris climate and clean energy agenda.
Join the conversation and submit your questions below!
Secretary Jennifer Granholm, U.S. Department of Energy
Josh Freed, Senior Vice President for the Climate and Energy Program, Third Way
Dr. Barry Rabe, Professor, Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan
Representative Ritchie Torres, (D-NY)
Representative Susan Wild, (D-PA)
Roy Houseman, Legislative Director, United Steelworkers
Heather Zichal, Chief Executive Officer, American Clean Power Association
Moderated by Ella Nilsen, White House Reporter, Vox
Dr. Todd Allen, Chair and Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan