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February 24, 2011
Time:5:30-6:30 p.m.
Description:The Strauss Center for International Security and Law invites you to "Rebuilding the Global Climate Regime," with Michael Levi, David M. Rubenstein senior fellow for energy and the environment, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Refreshments will be served.

The world walked away from the Copenhagen climate negotiations with a profound sense of frustration and failure. Where are we one year later? How are the key players - the United States, European countries, China, India and Brazil - approaching climate change? Where will clean technologies and solutions to climate change come from? And how can we put the pieces together to maximize our odds of success?

Levi is director of the CFR program on energy security and climate change and was project director for the CFR-sponsored Independent Task Force on climate change. His interests center on the intersection of science, technology, and foreign policy, including energy, climate and nuclear security. He is the author of the book "On Nuclear Terrorism" and co-author, with Michael O'Hanlon, of "The Future of Arms Control." His 2005 monograph with Michael D'Arcy, "Untapped Potential: U.S. Science and Technology Cooperation with the Islamic World," was the first comprehensive study of science and technology in the Muslim world.
Location:Bass Lecture Hall, LBJ Library 2.104
URL:More about this event...
Contact:Laura E Jones
Sponsor:Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law
Categories:Everyone, Lecture/talk
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