Georgetown Climate Center Partners on Two Transportation Panels at 2018 Global Climate Action Summit

September 7, 2018

In conjunction with the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco, Georgetown Climate Center is partnering with UC Davis Policy Institute for Energy, Environment, and the Economy and others on two events highlighting regional collaboration and the future of low-carbon transportation. The Center's Executive Director Vicki Arroyo will moderate a panel at each session.

"Harnessing 3 Revolutions for Climate Goals" -- Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2-5 PM PT

This panel will address the ways shared, electric, and automated vehicles can help achieve climate goals. An all-star slate of speakers includes Dan Sperling, Founding Director, Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis and author of Three Revolutions: Steering Automated, Shared, and Electric Vehicles to a Better Future, and GCC Vehicles Program manager Matthew Goetz. A reception will follow. For more information on this event, click here.

"Regional Transportation Policy Collaboration" -- Wednesday, Sept. 12, 8 AM-1 PM PT

This panel will look at the ways regional entities -- including states participating in the Transportation and Climate Initiative and the Pacific Coast Collaborative -- are working together to reduce transportation emissions. California EPA Secretary Matt Rodriguez, New York DEC Commissioner Basil Seggos, Connecticut Environment Commissioner Rob Klee, and Colorado's Taryn Finnessey are among the confirmed speakers and panelists. For more information on this event, click here.

Can't attend in person? Wednesday's session will be livestreamed by the Pacific Coast Collaborative on their Twitter page, @PCCleads.

Both events will take place at 555 Market St. in San Francisco, but separate registration is required for attendance at each event. Learn more about the events on the UC Davis GCAS webpage, or register here.