Past Seminar

CPF Event New York City

Jan 17, 2008 Webcast

About the Event

An RFF Policy Briefing
New York City
January 17, 2008 

Resources for the Future Senior Fellows Raymond J. Kopp and William A. Pizer organized the U.S. Climate Policy Forum in May 2006 to analyze and make findings regarding policies to address global climate change. The Forum brought together researchers and business leaders from 23 companies that represent a broad spectrum of the U.S. economy.

The report, Assessing U.S. Climate Policy Options: A report summarizing work at RFF as part of the inter-industry U.S. Climate Policy Forum, represents the culmination of the Forum process. Written by independent RFF scholars and informed by a year-long dialogue with Forum participants, the report encompasses 15 issue briefs, detailing policy questions and concerns in key areas related to greenhouse gas emissions and legislative proposals to curb them.

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Download PDF of complete report (7MB)

Read or download sections of the report at: www.rff.org/cpfreport


 


Event Agenda

Welcoming Remarks
Jon Winkelried
Goldman, Sachs & Co.

 

  

The U.S. Climate Policy Forum: Key Takeaways

Raymond J. Kopp
Senior Fellow, RFF

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William A. Pizer
Senior Fellow, RFF

  

Carbon Pricing Policies: Taxes, Trading and Targets

William A. Pizer
Senior Fellow, RFF


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Complementary Climate Policies: Technology, Competitiveness and Sector-Specific Approaches

Raymond J. Kopp
Senior Fellow, RFF

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The Carbon Markets: Trends, Perspectives and U.S. Outlook

Ken Newcombe
Managing Director
U.S. Carbon Emissions Desk
Goldman, Sachs & Co.

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What's Next for the U.S.: A Political Roadmap

Phil Sharp
President, RFF