Session: A Matter of Degrees: Tracking the Biden Administration on Climate Change
11 a.m. Friday, May 7
The new administration has promised to take bold action to combat climate change and shift to a greener economy. This will require bold moves pulling many levers of the public and pushing the private sector. Appointing former Senator and Secretary of State John Kerry to a new cabinet post as Presidential Envoy for Climate, and making history appointing Deb Halaand as Secretary if the Interior, signaled an apparent seriousness with which they’ll approach this issue. After the first 100 days, we’ll evaluate how far they’ve come and where they appear to be going.
About Julian Brave Noisecat
Julian Brave NoiseCat is vice president of policy and strategy for Data for Progress, a think tank; narrative change director for The Natural History Museum, an artist and activist collective; and a fellow of the Type Media Center; NDN Collective; and Center for Humans and Nature. A columnist for Canada’s National Observer and contributing editor with Canadian Geographic, his work has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone and other publications. Julian has been recognized as a finalist for the Livingston Award and was named to the 2021 TIME100 Next list alongside the starting point guard of his fantasy basketball team, Luka Doncic.
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