WPC's Center for the Environment brings balance to the environmental debate by promoting the idea that human progress and prosperity work in a free economy to protect the environment.
The conference is timed for maximum impact one week before the start of one of the most important legislative sessions in state history.
The conference will be attended by policy makers, elected officials, and business leaders and consist of a breakfast speaker, then breakout sessions in the morning, featuring local and national experts, on the following policy topics:
Changing What We Tax: Prospects for a Free-enterprise Solution to Energy Security and Climate Change
Washington Policy Center and the Energy and Enterprise Initiative present a panel discussion on energy and climate policy, November 14th at Seattle Pacific University.
Due to popular demand, Washington Policy Center’s Young Professionals group is expanding to the South Sound! We will be holding our first Pierce County Young Professionals event this summer, August 20th, in Tacoma.
Forests, Fish and Free Markets: A More Sustainable Path for the Environment
Watch the event online:
Panel 1: Legislative Update
Panel 2: Forests, Fish and Free Markets
WPC is excited to announce a special night for Young Professionals featuring Todd Myers, author of the new book Eco-Fads: How the Rise of Trendy Environmentalism Is Harming the Environment, as seen and favorably reviewed in Forbes,
The Center for the Environment at Washington Policy Center (WPC) invites you to a lunch briefing focused on ways to provide a fresh start for the environment. Featured speakers will be WPC's Todd Myers and Brandon Houskeeper.
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July 29, 2010
The Westin Seattle
Roger A. Pielke, Jr. has been on the faculty of the University of Colorado since 2001 and is a Professor in the Environmental Studies Program and a Fellow of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES). At CIRES, Roger served as the Director of the Center for Science and Technology Policy Research from 2001-2007. Roger's research focuses on the intersection of science and technology and decision making.