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Events

  • Energy and Environmental Policy: The Quest for Rationality

    September 28, 2018, 9:30am–7:00pm

    Our 10th anniversary conference will focus on critical debates in environmental, energy, and natural resources policy and the evolving role of economic analysis in these areas.

  • Valuing Climate Damages

    September 13, 2018, 12:00pm–1:30pm

    On September 13, the Institute for Policy Integrity will host a panel discussion in San Francisco that will look at how countries, states, and companies are using climate damage estimates to inform their decisionmaking. This panel is a Global Climate Action Summit affiliate event.

  • Building Power: Diversifying the Environmental Movement - People & Policy

    February 6, 2018, 8:30am–1:00pm

    Green 2.0 hosted an event with the Institute for Policy Integrity at NYU School of Law, on the lack of diversity in leadership across the environmental movement. Our discussion will brought together environmental leaders from philanthropy, academia, government, and the nonprofit sector to discuss the movement’s pipeline problem and the policy implications of a monolithic movement.

  • GREEN STATES: Energy, Climate, and a Different Federalism

    September 26, 2017, 9:30am–4:30pm

    State actions increasingly define the future of our nation’s energy system and determine our national response to climate change. A distinguished group of speakers, including attorneys general and high-level policymakers from across the country, discussed how states are developing innovative climate and energy strategies and using both litigation and policy to create cleaner, more resilient energy systems.

  • Environmental Policy Under the New Administration

    November 15, 2016, 10:00am–4:00pm

    When the White House changes hands, major changes in environmental policy will be imminent. The Institute for Policy Integrity’s eighth annual conference explored potential shifts in natural resources policy, energy sector regulation, and climate change policy under the Trump administration. A distinguished group of current and former government officials, energy industry executives, environmental advocates, and policy experts discussed what’s likely on the horizon when Donald Trump takes office.

  • Federal Coal Workshop: Fair Market Value & Alternatives Analysis

    June 29, 2016, 9:00am–3:30pm

    For the first time in 30 years, the Department of the Interior has launched a comprehensive review to identify and evaluate potential reforms to the federal coal program. Public input will help inform the size and scope of Interior’s Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS). This public workshop will gather legal, policy, and economic experts to analyze key issues for this review, including: how to ensure that American taxpayers earn “fair market value” for the use of their public resources; how to account for the environmental and public health impacts of coal production; and how to identify and analyze viable alternatives so that policymakers and the public can make informed decisions about the future of federal coal.

  • Legal Challenges to the Clean Power Plan: Perspectives from the Front Lines

    May 16, 2016, 12:00pm–1:30pm

    The Clean Power Plan, the first rule to place limits on greenhouse gases emitted by all power plants in the United States, is opposed by a vocal coalition of states and industry groups. In the lead up to oral arguments before the D.C. Circuit on June 2nd, an equally vocal coalition of states, industry groups, and nonprofits have stepped forward to support the EPA and the rule. You are invited to join parties and amici supporting the rule in a discussion of the issues before the court. Lunch will be provided by Paul Hastings LLP.

  • Will the Clean Power Plan Make it Through the Courts?

    November 17, 2015, 10:15am–11:45am

    The EPA’s Clean Power Plan is finally here, and so are the lawsuits challenging it. This panel will discuss the ongoing litigation related to the Clean Power Plan and likely outcomes. The panel is part of Vermont Law School’s second annual Alumni in Energy Symposium.

  • A Path Forward on Energy Policy

    October 27, 2015, 10:00am–4:30pm

    Major energy policy changes are on the horizon as U.S. policymakers grapple with climate change, fossil fuel trends, and shifting business models in the energy sector. States, cities, companies, and other groups around the country are finding innovative ways to rethink energy economics and alter the way we use energy. At our seventh annual fall conference, noted experts from government, the private sector, and academia will discuss what to expect as the energy landscape evolves.

  • On the REV Agenda: The Role of Time-Variant Pricing

    March 31, 2015, 8:30am–4:30pm

    New York Department of Public Service, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), and Institute for Policy Integrity at New York University School of Law are hosting a forum, “On the REV Agenda: The Role of Time-Variant Pricing,” on March 31, 2015, featuring Ahmad Faruqui from the Brattle Group as the keynote speaker.