As the consequences of climate change become more evident, collaboration between the United States and the European Union continues to be essential for ensuring energy security, environmental sustainability, economic growth, and political stability in the Atlantic community and worldwide. The Transatlantic Cooperation on Energy Security and Climate Change conference is an initiative of the Emerging Leaders in Energy and Environmental Policy (ELEEP) Network that aims to connect a new generation of decision-makers in the Euro-Atlantic region with senior policymakers in these fields and inject new voices into the transatlantic policy discourse.
ELEEP is an elite group of leaders under the age of forty from eighteen countries across North America and Europe committed to transatlantic collaboration to advance effective energy and environmental policies and innovative solutions to the challenges posed by climate change. The network connects more than one hundred government officials, academics, elected representatives, CEOs, nonprofit leaders, and legislative staff from the United States and European Union to facilitate the sharing of best practices and an open, outcome-oriented dialogue about the future of energy and environmental policy in the Atlantic community.
Hosted by the Atlantic Council and Ecologic Institute
, this conference will connect these exceptional rising energy and environmental leaders with senior policymakers and business experts in Washington, DC. The event will feature keynote presentations, two dynamic panel discussions, and a post-conference happy hour and networking event with members of the ELEEP Network beginning at 5:30 at the Atlantic Council.
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