State Approaches to Climate Action
California, Illinois, and Florida are very different states, and each experiences climate change in its own way. How have they used policy as a shield to defend the environment, as a sword to compel climate-friendly behavior, and as patron to encourage innovation? How can the federal government do better to work with the private sector and address climate impacts?
Kam BucknerIllinois congressman
Brandon HurlbutCo-Founder of Boundary Stone Partners
Mark SilbergClimate and energy advisor to the Colorado governor
Jane CohenExecutive Director, New Jersey Governor’s Office of Climate Action and...
David HochschildChair of the California Energy Commission by Governor Gavin Newsom
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