Carol Browner and Senators Susan Collins, Mark Udall, to discuss Climate Change Legislation at April 20 National Journal LIVE Event
WASHINGTON, April 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — On Tuesday, April 20, National Journal LIVE will welcome Sens. Susan Collins, R-ME, Mark Udall, D-CO., and Carol Browner, Director, White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy, for a discussion of climate change legislation, energy policy and the climate and energy plan expected to be released next week.
First, Sens. Collins and Udall will sit down with Atlantic Media Political Director Ronald Brownstein to discuss the outlook for congressional action on climate change this year. Immediately following, Brownstein and Browner will discuss the White House’s take on prospects for action on Capitol Hill and the political implications for the president.
The event is part of National Journal Group’s Climate Change Week, a multiplatform campaign highlighting the company’s in-depth, authoritative coverage of climate change and energy issues in print, live and online. For more Climate Change Week coverage, please visit http://energytopic.nationaljournal.com.
The event, underwritten by Clean Air-Cool Planet and the American Gas Association, is the latest in the National Journal LIVE Inside the Issue event series, where Washington insiders discuss major issues driving the action on Capitol Hill.
Wireless Internet access will be provided. The event will also be streamed live on NationalJournal.com by NextGenWeb.org.
National Journal LIVE brings together Washington insiders, opinion leaders and the people who shape, create and execute policies on the key issues of the day. Since 1969, National Journal Group has provided insight for insiders through nonpartisan reporting on current political and policy issues as well as tools professionals need to do their jobs well. National Journal Group properties include National Journal, CongressDaily, NationalJournal.com, The Hotline, The Almanac of American Politics and Global Security Newswire. It partners with WETA to produce “Washington Week With Gwen Ifill and National Journal.”
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