April 25, 2008 - "An Economic Assessment of the Lieberman-Warner Climate Change Bill" - Joint Meeting of the Environment & Energy and Regulatory Affairs Committees
Joint Meeting of the Environment & Energy and Regulatory Affairs Committees
April 25, 2008 | U.S. Chamber of Commerce
On April 25, 2008, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce hosted a panel discussion to better understand the potential economic impacts of S. 2191, the "Liberman-Warner Climate Security Act of 2008"
This event was part of the Chamber's semi-annual joint Environment & Energy and Regulatory Affairs committee meeting. The event also featured a keynote address by James L. Connaughton, chairman of the Council for Environmental Quality, who discussed the President's newly-announced principles on climate change.
A video recording of the event as well as copies of the speakers' power point presentations can be found below. For futher information regarding this event or the Chamber's policies on climate change please contact the Environment, Technology & Regulatory Affairs Division at (202) 463-5533, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
View the agenda (PDF)
Download the presentations
Photos From the Event
Crowd enjoys lunch as the event begins
Kelvin Hullet, President of Bismarck-Mandan Chamber, dicusses state climate change dialogues
Dr. Nathaniel Keohane of Environmental Defense discusses Lieberman-Warner bill
James Connaughton, Chairman of the Coucil on Environmental Quality delivers the keynote
Dr. Margo Thorning of the American Council for Capital Formation delivers her remarks
Chamber board member, Scott Holman, Sr., offers opening remarks