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Date
December 14, 2023
Time
5:00-6:00 p.m.
Location
Virtual Event
Attendance Policy
Open to alumni, Registration required
Accessibility
Real time captioning available
Contact
Harvard Alumni Education | haa_alumnieducation@harvard.edu | 617-495-1920
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In this session, Professors Dustin Tingley and Gordon Hanson will explore the political, economic, and social challenges surrounding the energy transition. Dustin will share insights from his recently released book co-authored with Alexander Gazmararian, Uncertain Futures: How to Unlock the Climate Impasse, and Gordon will discuss his research on mitigating the economic impacts of the energy transition on workers, a key initiative of the Kennedy School’s Reimagining the Economy Project, which he co-directs with Dani Rodrik. Vice Provost for Climate and Sustainability and Director of the Salata Institute, Jim Stock, will host.

This program is coordinated through the Office of the Vice Provost for Advances in Learning (VPAL) and the Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability will be livestreamed to the alumni community in collaboration with the Harvard Alumni Association.

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Please complete this registration form to confirm your attendance. You will be emailed the Zoom link before the event. This event is only open to members of the Harvard/Radcliffe community. Questions? Contact the Harvard Alumni Association at haa_alumnieducation@harvard.edu or 617-495-1920.

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