The Society of Environmental Journalists
and the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program
When: Friday, January 24, 2014 — 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
|Coral Davenport, Energy and Environment Reporter, New York Times||Dennis Dimick, Executive Editor, National Geographic Magazine||Douglas Fischer, Editor, The Daily Climate (moderator)||Suzanne Goldenberg, U.S. Environment Correspondent, The Guardian|
|Cheryl Hogue, Senior Correspondent, Chemical & Engineering News||Larry Pearl, Director of Environmental News, Bloomberg BNA||Andrew C. Revkin, New York Times Environmental Blogger (Dot Earth), Pace University Senior Fellow for Environmental Understanding. © Photo: David Revkin.|
6th Floor Flom Auditorium
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
1300 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC, USA
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("Federal Triangle" stop on Blue/Orange Line). A map to the Center is available at WilsonCenter.org/directions . Note: Photo identification is required. Please allow additional time to pass through security.
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Which environmental issues will dominate headlines this year?
A panel of veteran journalists will offer their thoughts on what will be the biggest environment and energy stories in the U.S. and around the world at the Woodrow Wilson Center, Friday, January 24th, from 3-5 p.m. Bloomberg BNA's Larry Pearl will kick off the discussion with an overview of the key legislative, regulatory, and legal developments expected in 2014, followed by a roundtable with six top journalists covering local, national, and international environmental issues, moderated by The Daily Climate's Douglas Fischer. This event is co-sponsored by the Society of Environmental Journalists.
Reception to follow generously co-sponsored by Bloomberg BNA, International Reporting Project, Environmental Law Institute, American University, and the Wilson Center’s Science & Technology Innovation Program and Canada Institute.
Want to attend but can’t? Tune into the live or archived webcast at WilsonCenter.org  (not every event is webcast live; archived webcasts go up approximately one week after the meeting date).