Georgetown Climate Center convenes states and other stakeholders to discuss opportunities for state leadership on climate and clean energy. The facilitation of regional and multi-state forums informs the development and implementation of federal policies and programs, and serves as a resource for states.
Georgetown Climate Center, along with the Center for the New Energy Economy, Duke’s Nicholas Institute, the Great Plains Institute, Harvard’s Environmental and Energy Law Project, and UNC Law’s Center for Climate, Energy, Environment and Economics, work together as the Conveners’ Network, to help states and their stakeholders address the energy and environmental challenges associated with the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Georgetown Climate Center regularly facilitates gatherings of bipartisan state leaders to collaborate and focus attention on states' contributions to climate and clean energy solutions.
Georgetown Climate Center facilitates engagement by subnational leaders, including governors and state agency leaders, on issues regarding international climate policy.