Panel #1: Global Implications and the Future of Carbon

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Gretchen Hancock, the panel moderator

 

The first panel of the day discussed the global implications of greenhouse gas markets and the future of carbon from a business perspective. Panelists included Ann Condon, Director of Environmental, Health and Safety from GE, Djordjija Petkoski, Head of the Business, Competitiveness and Development Team from the World Bank, Reimund Schwarze, Senior Research Fellow from the Helmholtz-Institute for Environmental Research and Eric Orts, the Faculty Director of IGEL and Guardsmark Professor of the Wharton School. Gretchen Hancock, Project Manager for Corporate Environmental Programs at GE, moderated the panel and led discussions on de-carbonization through an international agreement and the difficulties of dealing with leakage. For more information, please see each panelist’s slides posted here.

After each of the panelists spoke, the room opened for questions from the conference attendees.

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Fourth Annual Conference-Workshop


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March 22, 2011
World Water Day
8th Floor Colloquium
Jon M. Huntsman Hall
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
3730 Walnut Street, Philadelphia

Topic: Valuing Water: Business Challenges & Opportunities for Innovation

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