Global Climate Change: White House Perspective on the Challenges Ahead

Room: Ballroom CD
Date: Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Time: 9:00AM - 10:15AM EDT

Mr. Duke has been a leader on energy policy throughout the Obama Administration, serving as Deputy Secretary in the Department of Energy before joining the White House Council on Environmental Quality to advise on climate policy. From more than $90 billion in government investment to boost the clean energy economy, to decisive action on pollution through the Clean Power Plan and the historic agreement resulting from the COP21 meetings in Paris - the Administration's legacy on climate and energy will be one of the most notable, and usher in widespread changes to the entire energy industry.