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Find Out How Many Solar Jobs Were Created in Your State

The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) and The Solar Foundation will host a briefing on the recently released 2014 National Solar Jobs Census. The Census found that the solar industry added 31,000 jobs last year, accounting for 1.3 percent of all new U.S. jobs, and representing a growth rate almost 20 times greater than the national average. Today, 173,807 Americans are employed in the solar industry, almost twice as many as in U.S. coal mining.

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Wednesday, March 04, 2015

ICF Career Chat

Join ICF International for a Twitter chat on career tips, interviewing best practices and insights into ICF's work in the energy industry using #CareerChat. To participate, simply log in to Twitter and search for hashtag #CareerChat to follow the conversation. 

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IBA Climate Change Justice Report Launch

Environmental Law Institute will co-sponsor this International Bar Association discussion on the findings and key recommendations of the IBA's ground-breaking report, Achieving Justice and Human Rights in an Era of Climate Disruption.

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Thursday, March 05, 2015

United States Arctic Opportunities Hearing

The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee will hold a hearing to evaluate opportunities for the United States to build on its status as an Arctic nation for the betterment of the nation and those who live in the Arctic.

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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Engaging Senior Leaders in Conversations that Matter Most for Sustainability

Join GreenBiz for a free webinar during which Leith Sharp, Director of Executive Education for Sustainability Leadership at Harvard's Center for Health and the Global Environment, presents a framework for organizational transformation with clear implications for sustainability and other complex 21st century challenges.

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DDOE's Fresh Start Open House

Join DDOE in welcoming new director Tommy Wells and learn how DDOE is planning a fresh start to make the District of Columbia the most energy efficient and environmentally sound city in America!

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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Eastern Regional Technical Conference on EPA’s Clean Power Plan

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) will hold a series of technical conferences to discuss implications of compliance approaches to the Clean Power Plan proposed rule, issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on June 2, 2014. In particular, the technical conferences will focus on issues related to electric reliability, wholesale electric markets and operations, and energy infrastructure. *REGISTER BY MARCH 2ND*

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Driving the Future: Technologies are ready to meet future fuel economy and clean air goals; what about policies?

Join the Diesel Technology Forum for a luncheon briefing to learn more about advanced engine technologies that are helping automobile manufacturers improve fuel economy.

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Monthly Networking Event for Environmental Professionals: March 2015

The Environmental Law Institute and the D.C. Bar's Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Section will host a free networking event. Light appetizers will be included; other refreshments are at your own expense.

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Forecasting Our Future: A Conversation About Climate Change in DC

How will climate change affect the District of Columbia now and in the future? Climate scientist, Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, will present the results of her study of how hotter temperatures, rising seas, and extreme weather events will impact the District.

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