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Webinar by the Union of Concerned Scientists

The U.S. Role in International Climate Negotiations

Next Tuesday there will be a webinar so people can learn more about how UCS and supporters have helped mobilize U.S. action – such as increased fuel economy standards, dozens of state renewable energy standards, and the Clean Power Plan – to pave the way to the upcoming international meeting on global warming in Paris next month.

As the climate negotiations, known as the 21st United Nations climate conference (COP 21), draw near, UCS experts will answer questions like: What has the U.S. role been in the negotiations? How have U.S. climate and energy actions paved the way? What can we expect from the Obama administration post-Paris?

The U.S. Role in International Climate Negotiations
Date: Tuesday, November 24
Time: 1:00-2:00 p.m. EST

Register Today!

• Ken Kimmel, president, Union of Concerned Scientists
• Alden Meyer, director of strategy and policy, Union of Concerned Scientists
• Rachel Cleetus, lead economist and climate policy manager, Union of Concerned Scientists
• Don Anair, clean vehicles research director, Union of Concerned Scientists

Register today to learn more about this critical international climate meeting.

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