Session One

Moderator: Maxine Savitz

10:10

Introduction to Session One

 

Maxine Savitz, Vice President, National Academy of Engineering

10:20

Global Energy and Environment Projections: Next Steps

 

Ged Davis, Co-President, Global Energy Assessment, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, and former managing director, World Economic Forum

10:45

The Rise of China

 

Kelly Sims Gallagher, Director, Energy Technology

Innovation Policy, Belfer Center, and Adjunct Lecturer at the Kennedy School, Harvard University

11:15

Facing the Hard Truths About Energy

 

Rodney Nelson, Vice President, Schlumberger, and Lead on Carbon Management, National Petroleum Council

11:45

Session One Question and Answer Forum

12:00 p.m.

Lunch

Session Two

Moderator: Harold T. Shapiro

1:30 p.m.

Introduction to Session Two

 

Harold T. Shapiro, President Emeritus, Princeton University, and Chair, National Research Council Committee on America’s Energy Future

1:45

The Future of Coal and Nuclear Power

 

Ernest J. Moniz, Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Co-Chair, MIT Interdisciplinary Studies on the Future of Nuclear Power and the Future of Coal Power

2:30

Biofuels: How Much, How Fast, and How Difficult?

 

José Goldemberg, Secretary for the Environment, State of São Paulo, Brazil, and Co-Chair, Global Energy Assessment Council, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis

3:00

Break



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