The UCLA Institute for the Environment and Sustainability invites you to the launch of a brand new format for our flagship public program, the Oppenheim Lecture Series. Join leading authorities on energy and the economics of emissions reduction for a dynamic debate on whether California’s bid to shift exclusively to renewable energy is a strategy that the rest of the world should and could adopt in the near term—or whether other energy approaches, such as nuclear, are still needed.
Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016
Korn Convocation Hall
UCLA Anderson School of Management
110 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Director of Programs, National Resources Defense Council
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University
Co-founder and Senior Fellow,
Climate Scientist, Carnegie Institution for Science, Stanford University
Oliver Morton, Briefings Editor for The Economist, specializing in energy business, climate science and policy, and other green issues; author of “The Planet Remade”
This event is generously supported by The Boeing Company and Tina and John Quinn and the Oppenheim Family.
The Oppenheim Lecture Series has been established at the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability through a generous gift by Patricia Oppenheim and her family in memory of Rudi Oppenheim.This evening lecture series presents world class speakers to educate, inform and build community discourse about the diverse environmental problems of our time.