Leaving No One Behind - February 5, 2020

West Virginia is experiencing a wrenching economic and social transition as the climate crisis drives the world toward new energy sources and technologies. What can help create a fair transition?

Leaving No One Behind: Ensuring a Fair Transition for Workers and Communities

Wednesday, February 5, 2020
7:00-9:00 p.m.

Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center
Room 202
200 Civic Center Drive
Charleston, WV 25301

In this program, expert presenters will examine historical, ongoing, and future programs to help workers, families, businesses and communities deal with the transition to a low-carbon economy and build a sustainable future. There is no charge for admission, but to assure a seat please register at wvclimate.org.


Adele Morris
Ph.D., Princeton University
Senior Fellow and Policy Director for Climate and Energy Economics
Brookings Institution

Ann M. Eisenberg
LL.M., West Virginia University College of Law
Assistant Professor of Law
University of South Carolina

Evan Hansen
B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Principal, Downstream Strategies
Delegate, West Virginia House of Delegates

Ted Boettner
M.A., Political Science, University of New Hampshire
Co-founder and Executive Director, West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy

This event is co-sponsored by the West Virginia Center on Climate Change (WV3C), the WVU College of Law Center for Energy and Sustainable Development, and the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy. For more information on this program, visit wvclimate.org or contact WV3C Director Logan Thorne at logan.thorne.LT@gmail.com or (304) 657-5455.