August 19, 2009
Energy Security - Conference
Energy Security: A Global Challenge
Organized by The Institute for National Strategic Studies
29-30 September 2009
Energy and environmental security are at the forefront of the U.S. national agenda. From new policies on climate change, to evolving energy markets, to the United States’ approach to regional conflicts- energy and the environment are at the heart of U.S. economic and national security policies. This symposium features an international panel of government officials, military personnel and national security experts to discuss America’s new approaches to some of the world’s most pressing problems.
The list of major issues to be addressed includes:
· Global energy and environmental security tradeoffs;
· The U.S. Department of Defense’s emerging energy agenda;
· Regional energy and environmental flashpoints;
· U.S. climate change policy;
· U.S. and international nuclear energy;
· Renewable energy, and
· Trends in emerging petroleum and natural gas markets.
The symposium will be held at Fort Lesley J. McNair in Washington and is open to the public. Participants are expected from government, business, universities, and research institutes from the United States and abroad. This symposium is being developed in cooperation and conjunction with the NDU International Students Management Office and their bi-annual International Fellows Reunion.
There is a registration fee for this symposium, which includes refreshments and lunch on both days. Registration and payments must be made using our online registration form. The registration fee through September 1, 2009 is $85 and $115 thereafter.
Register and view our agenda at: http://www.ndu.edu/inss/symposia/energy2009/
Call 202-685-3857 if you have questions or need assistance.
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