Energy Security Events
January 24, 2014 // 3:00pm — 5:00pm
Environmental Change and Security Program
How long will an ever-dwindling supply of coal remain the dominant source of global energy, and at what cost? How do growing water scarcity, fluctuating ecosystems, and rising oceanic acidity affect food supplies, economies, and even state stability? And how can journalists make a beat dedicated to existential crises resonate with audiences? A panel of veteran journalists offer their thoughts in a roundtable co-sponsored by the Society for Environmental Journalists.
January 23, 2014 // 3:30pm — 6:00pm
The Canada Institute and the Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC, Canada) hosted an exclusive, advanced screening of Pipeline Politics, an all-new documentary examining the people and passions that have made the proposed Keystone XL pipeline a hot-button issue in both Canada and the United States.
December 03, 2013 // 3:30pm — 5:00pm
Science and Technology Innovation Program
Global Positioning Systems (GPS), the backbone of worldwide Position, Timing, and Navigation systems, is easily interfered with and active spoofing attacks have been demonstrated. This policy level talk, hosted by the Commons Lab of the Science and Technology Innovation Program, examines the cyber-security risks and their potential impact on the transportation, financial, and energy sectors.
October 09, 2013 // 2:35pm — 4:15pm
A Book Event for ENERGY & SECURITY: Strategies for a World in Transition by Jan H. Kalicki and David L. Goldwyn (editors), Wilson Center Press and Johns Hopkins University Press. Reception and book signing to follow.
How Many Light Bulbs Does it Take to Change China? — China’s Strategies for Lowering Energy’s Environmental Footprint
October 03, 2013 // 11:50am — 2:00pm
China Environment Forum
Three speakers will go well beyond light bulbs in discussing China’s sweeping, comprehensive and aggressive measures to improve air quality by capping coal consumption and better regulating pollution emissions from coal-fired power plants.
September 11, 2013 // 3:00pm — 5:00pm
The Managing the Planet series turns its attention to the energy sector in the United States.
September 09, 2013 // 12:30pm — 2:00pm
Global Europe Program
This summer, the European Union's alternative source of natural gas was finally decided: the Shah Deniz energy consortium in Azerbaijan chose the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) over the much-discussed Nabucco project, to bring 10-20 billion cubic meters of gas a year through Greece and Albania to Italy. Now the question remains: what next for the Southern Energy Corridor? Was TAP the right choice? Will Nabucco's original route to Central Europe be realized? How will Russia respond?
June 25, 2013 // 4:00pm — 5:15pm
The basic goals of the India-Japan relationship--one of Asia's strongest partnerships--are very similar to those of the United States in Asia. This event examines the various areas of cooperation between these three countries.
June 20, 2013 // 8:45am — 1:00pm
Latin American Program
About the current state and future directions of the Asia-Latin America relations.
June 13, 2013 // 12:00pm — 2:00pm
Urban Sustainability Laboratory
The United States is one of the largest energy consumers and biggest contributors of greenhouse gases worldwide. In 2011, the U.S. generated 42 percent of its electricity from coal and only 13 percent through renewables, chiefly hydropower.