Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations Presents:
The Collision of Climate Change, Energy Security, Economic Prosperity
Special Invitation to Inner Circle Members-Limited Availabilty
Russia’s attack on Ukraine is straining global energy supplies and has forced Europe to re-evaluate its dependence on Russian fuel sources. To offset this, the Biden administration seeks to increase the global oil supply from other sources, including the US Strategic Petroleum Reserve. What energy security risks do the US and our allies face as we consider the options? How do these risks impact the global economy in the short and long term? More broadly, what are the current analyses of climate change and its potential impact? Join us for a vital conversation about the opportunities and challenges of climate change and energy security.
- David Emmons, Moderator—Partner, Baker Botts, LLP
- Victoria Coates—Distinguished Fellow in Strategic Studies, American Foreign Policy Council
- Gabe Collins—Baker Botts Fellow in Energy & Environmental Regulatory Affairs, Rice University’s Baker Institute
- Meredith Walker—Principal and Global Economist, MMW Research
A Registration Request (below) is required and limited exclusively to Inner Circle Members. If you are not already an Inner Circle Member and would like to become one, simply login to your account, select Profile and Join the Inner Circle.
DBC will maintain a Standby List to be contacted in event of increased availability.
Registration requests will close at Noon, Wednesday, May 4th.
Date: Thursday, May 5, 2022
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:15 PM CT
Location: Uptown, Dallas (Exact location will be provided to confirmed attendees)
Cost: Lunch and refreshments to be provided at no cost to Inner Circle Members
Registration Request: Please send request DBCRingsTheBell@gmail.com. Instructions for next steps will be provided.
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11:30AM - 1:15PM Thu 5 May 2022, Central timezone