On the Road to Mass Market Electric Vehicles

https://eemi.seas.gwu.edu/electric-vehicles-professional SSF is partnering with George Washington University to bring energy and environmental professional development courses online. This is the second time we have produced the electric vehicle course.

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Accelerating Sustainable Finance: Ceres' Insights to Managing Climate Risks in Banking and Insurance

June 20, 2024 -- 1:15 pm to 2:00 pm EDT

Join us for this vital conversation with Steven Rothstein, Managing Director of the Ceres Accelerator, and the Security and Sustainability Forum's Edward Saltzberg to learn how Ceres is helping the financial sector navigate climate risks, accelerate sustainable finance, and safeguard the future.

Hydrogen Horizons: Navigating Europe's Clean Energy Future

Tuesday, May 28, 2024 - 9:30 am to 11:00 am EDT

The Security and Sustainability ForumClub Climate Europe, and George Washington University's Environmental and Energy Management Institute are delighted to announce an educational webinar that will explore the intricate layers of the European Union's hydrogen policy, its ambitious goals and strategic approaches, and the challenges and opportunities it presents.

The Uses and Limits of Global Climate Conferences

COP-28 is now a memory, and what I often call the “Annual Climate Trade Show” has ended along with its typical manufactured controversies and silly symbolic battles. My favorite this year was “should fossil fuels be phased out or phased down?

The Next Climate Frontier – Industrial Decarbonization

Tackling industrial greenhouse gas emissions is emerging as the next frontier in the crucial transition to a clean energy economy.

While significant strides have been made in finding cost-effective alternatives to fossil fuel use in power generation, transportation, agriculture, and building sectors, decarbonizing industrial processes poses a much greater challenge - high process heat requirements.

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