Real-World Strategies to Win Climate Change: The sheer math of carbon accumulation in the atmosphere demands a large-scale and rapid response.
Hal Harvey, CEO of the energy and environmental policy firm Energy Innovation, presents the strategy—which countries, which policies—required to deliver a low-carbon future. He also highlights characteristics of successful energy policy design and answers audience questions.
About the Speaker:
Hal Harvey is the CEO of Energy Innovation, an energy and environmental policy firm. He was the founder of ClimateWorks Foundation (2008) and Energy Foundation (1991), and served as Environment Program Director at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. He served on energy panels appointed by Presidents Bush (41) and Clinton, and currently serves as President and Chairman of the Board for several financial, science, and philanthropic groups. He is also a Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment at the Paulson Institute. Hal has BS and MS degrees from Stanford University in Engineering, specializing in Energy Planning.
A Chen-Huang Sustainable Energy Series Lecture made possible by the generous support of Dr. Marina Chen (MS '80 CS; PhD '83 CS) and Chi-Fu Huang.