Organizations in Washington and Oregon are gearing up for another run at passing carbon pricing legislation in 2018 either in their state legislatures or, if that effort fails, very possibly at the ballot box.
Washington’s Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy and Renew Oregon, who are already in recruiting mode, will present their proposals at the Clean & Affordable Energy Conference taking place on November 2nd at the Seattle Hilton. And they’ll take audience questions about both policy and the politics of passing their innovative proposals.
Learn about their proposals’ expected impact on carbon emissions, how pricing levels would be set and administered, who would pay, and how the resulting revenue would be used.
Carbon pricing will be one of the hottest political issues of 2018. Be there for this “must see” session.
Click here for more information on topics and speakers at the Clean & Affordable Energy Conference and to register.