Aligning science, politics, and economics on the path to climate solutions:
A virtual discussion of the challenges and opportunities facing Maryland and the United States
We have entered a critical decade for managing the climate crisis. Our ability to do so will be determined by the extent to which we can align what is politically possible and economically desirable with what is scientifically necessary.
The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science convened expert discussion about how that landscape is being navigated in Maryland and how it foretells the possibilities nationally and globally.
Liz Burdock, President, Business Network for Offshore Wind
Kim Coble, Executive Director, Maryland League of Conservation Voters
Peter Goodwin, President, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
Special Guest: Treasurer Nancy Kopp, State of Maryland
Moderator: Stuart Clarke, Vice President for Strategic Initiatives, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science