Meeting the Moment: How U.S. Innovation Policy Can Accelerate a Cleaner, Stronger and More Equitable Economy
Federal investments in clean energy and climate innovation remain essential to tackling the unprecedented challenges presented by climate change. Climate innovation is a powerful tool that can create jobs, increase energy reliability and resilience, improve thequality of life for all communities, and catalyze both progress and the game-changing breakthroughs that we’ll need to shift the U.S. economy to net-zero by 2050. But how can we best shape climate innovation policy today so it achieves all these objectives?
Join Third Way, Environmental Defense Fund, experts from the Biden Administration, labor and advocacy in a virtual discussion to explore how climate innovation policies and approaches can meet the moment at hand.
Mandela Barnes, Lieutenant Governor, Wisconsin
Josh Freed, Senior Vice President, Climate and Energy Program, Third Way
Chris Deschene, Board Member, InterTribal Energy Council
Jason Walsh, Executive Director, BlueGreen Alliance
Jetta Wong, Senior Fellow, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, and President, JLW Advising
Natasha Vidangos, Senior Director for Climate Innovation and Technology, Environmental Defense Fund