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Economic and Regulatory Realities of Greenhouse Gas Reduction Panel

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Can we achieve meaningful green house gas reductions at a reasonable cost in the U.S. or worldwide? What are the costs and benefits of policies designed to reduce emissions?

Join us to hear a panel of leading faculty, regulatory and industry experts discuss green house gas reduction strategies and the economic, political, and practical issues raised by regulatory and policy approaches to emissions control.

The event will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 15, starting with refreshments in the grand foyer of Gallagher Hall.

Featured panelists

Anthony Eggert, Commissioner, California Energy Commission
John DiStasio, General Manager and CEO, Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)
Christopher Knittel, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, UC Davis

Moderator

Professor Brad Barber
Maurice J. and Marcia G. Gallagher Chair in Finance, Graduate School of Management
Director, UC Davis Center for Investor Welfare and Corporate Responsibility

Please send a message to ghg4.15.2010@gmail.com to register for the event, including your name in the body of the message.
 

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