Consequences of the Biden Administration on U.S. Climate and Energy Policy and Implications for the Global Extractives Sector
Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 8am PST, 9am MST, 10am CST, 11am EST
Registration closes on February 23 at 3pm MST
President Biden offered U.S. voters a different vision of energy policy from Former President Trump, focused on addressing the threat of climate change. Since entering the White House, he aims to set the U.S. on a course for net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 and has brought the U.S. back into the Paris climate agreement. Whether he will be able to deliver on this agenda may be limited by a divided Senate and market forces. Regardless, the shift in policy will have implications at home and abroad for oil and gas and mining development and for the environment. A panel of international policy forecasters will speak on the potential implications of the Biden Administration's policies on the climate and energy and what those policies mean for global extractives development and trade and international climate agreements.
Steven G. Barringer, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig, Washington DC
Liliana Diaz, Managing Director, Economic Consulting; FTI Consulting Global, Washington DC
Renato Flores, Professor, Fundação Getúlio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Juan Sonoda (Moderator), Partner, Beretta Godoy, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Brought to you by the Steering and Environmental & CSR/Sustainability Committees of the next Special Institute on International Mining and Oil and Gas Law, Development, and Investment to be held in Mexico City in April 2023.
1.25 HOURS OF CLE AVAILABLE!
Michael Bourassa, Fasken, Chair
Elisabeth Eljuri, Independent Arbitrator and Energy Consultant, Vice-Chair
Ana Carolina Barreto, Veirano Advogados, Environmental & CSR/Sustainability Committee Co-Chair
Andy Irvine, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, Environmental & CSR/Sustainability Committee Co-Chair
Juan Sonoda, Beretta Godoy, Environmental & CSR/Sustainability Committee Co-Chair