Proposition 23 and the Future of California's Economy and Environment
A public debate presented by the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, KPCC Southern California Public Radio and the Los Angeles Times.
Thursday, October 21, 2010
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Korn Convocation Hall
3rd Level Building C - Entrepreneurs Hall
UCLA Anderson School of Management
Proposition 23 is a statewide ballot measure that would suspend AB 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act that requires reduced greenhouse gas emissions, until California’s unemployment rate drops to 5.5% or below for four consecutive quarters. Supporters call Prop 23 the California Jobs Initiative. Opponents label it the Dirty Energy Proposition. This debate will present both sides of the issue.
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YES on PROP 23 Campaign
Dorothy Rothrock, Senior Vice President Government Affairs
California Manufacturers and Technology Assn.
Co-Chair, AB 32 Implementation Group
No on PROP 23 Campaign
Terry Tamminen, CEO, Seventh Generation Advisors
Former Secretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency and Chief Policy Advisor to Governor Schwarzenegger
Moderated by: Patt Morrison, Los Angeles Times and KPCC
Panel of Experts:
Margot Roosevelt, Reporter, Los Angeles Times
Matthew Kahn, Professor of Economics, UCLA IoE
Ann Carlson, Professor and Shirley Shapiro Chair in Environmental Law, UCLA School of Law
Cosponsored by: UCLA Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment, UCLA IOE Center for Climate Change Solutions and UCLA Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research