Has the Pandemic Disrupted Carbon Lock-in?

Early optimism that the pandemic lockdowns would significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions and disrupt global reliance on fossil energy has started to fade. Panelists will discuss what impact the pandemic has had on carbon lock-in, what has and has not changed, and if changes are likely to endure
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Sep 22, 2020, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM EDT
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Panelists

Ms. Samantha Gross, Director of Energy Security and Climate Initiative at Brookings

Jonas Nahm, Assistant Professor of Energy, Resources, and Environment at Johns Hopkins University; and 

Professor Piers Forster, Professor of Climate Physics at the University of Leeds.

About the Pre-Symposium Webinar Series

This pre-symposium webinar is the first of three events building to the 2021 Environmental Governance Lab (EGL) Symposium “Decarbonization in Hard Times.” Moderated by an EGL director, the three webinars will explore different aspects of the opportunities and challenges of decarbonization in a time of pandemic. 

About the 2021 Environmental Governance Lab Symposium

Decarbonization remains a significant challenge and crucial pursuit even as the world grapples with upheaval from the COVID-19 pandemic and it’s economic, social, and political consequences. This symposium will explore how the challenge of decarbonization and navigating the ongoing climate crisis has changed as well as the opportunities and difficulties that lie ahead.

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