Panel:"The Challenges of Global Climate Changes after Copenhagen"
ATLANTA COUNCIL ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS features a
Panel Program: "The Challenges of Global Climate Changes after Copenhagen"
Moderator: Dr. Jay Hakes, Director, Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and
Head of the Energy Information Administration at the U.S. Department of Energy, 1993-2000
Panelists: Consul General Lutz Goergens, Germany
Consul General Adalnio Ganem, Brazil
Consul General Annabelle Malins, Great Britain
The panel will address the following issues:
Why Have Some Nations Been Able to Cut the Emissions of Greenhouse Gases, While Others Have Not?
What Are the Reciprocal Responsibilities of the Developed and Developing Nations?
Can the World Afford to Cut Its Reliance on Fossil Fuels?
What Is the Role of Rain Forests in the Broader Effort?
Cost: Lunch & Program for members $30; for non-members $40
ACIR membership applications and renewals will be accepted at the time of registration. Payment of dues at this time covers your membership thru December 31, 2010. Cash or checks are accepted, but credit cards cannot be accepted for payment.
Location: Capital City Club, 7 Harris Street, NW, Atlanta, GA 30303
Time: 11:45 am - 1:30 pm
Complimentary Valet Parking off Harris Street
RSVP: To make a reservation, please contact Francesca Cesa Bianchi at ailto:hotmail%27%com,fcesabianchi (please include ACIR luncheon in the subject) prior to January 6.
Vegetarian entrée upon request
For ACIR membership information, please contact Francesca Cesa Bianchi (404) 512.9723 or mail to:hotmail%27%com,fcesabianchi
Remember a reservation is a commitment to attend; if your plans change, please inform us at least 48-hours in advance, so that you and we are not billed for uneaten meals