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Next Steps Post-Kyoto: U.S. Options
Session 1: Where Are We Now?

Thursday, January 13, 2005, 1:00 p.m.
Location: Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Hearing Room


Links: Background and Sponsorship Information | Event Summary
Streaming Video: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4
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Moderator: Neil J. Numark, SEI Chairman

Panel 1:
Elliot Diringer, Director, International Strategies, Pew Center on Global Climate Change
Update on international climate change negotiations and regimes
Cynthia Cummis, Director, Climate Leaders Program, US EPA
Voluntary Corporate Climate Change Activities and Drivers for Participation
Tom Cackette, Deputy Director, California Air Resources Board Staff
Reducing Passenger Vehicle GHG Emissions
Jared Snyder, Section Chief, Affirmative Litigation, Environmental Protection Bureau, New York State Attorney General's Office
State actions to force utility CO2 reductions
Al Forte, Assistant Director, Environmental Affairs, Pfizer
Pfizer Greenhouse Gas Management Program Experience

Panel 2:
Jeff Williams, Manager of Corporate Environmental Initiatives, Entergy Corporation
Technology Options Under Consideration for Reducing GHG Emissions
Billy Pizer, Fellow, Resources for the Future
Policy Recommendation for Limiting U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions through a Tradable-Permits Program
Dan Chartier, President, Emissions Marketing Association
Emissions Trading Mechanisms and Feasibility of U.S. Trades with Kyoto Nations
Eric Thumma, Director, Office of Energy and Technology Development, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
Concerns over natural gas supply for manufacturers

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