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The 2007 Forum, “Toward a Global Gas Market,” considered how increasing trade in liquefied natural gas is changing regional gas markets into global markets. Chaired by former Secretary of Energy and Defense James R. Schlesinger, the diverse group also explored projections of gas demand, the global resource base, the impacts of technological advances on future production, and the geopolitical and national political issues that can affect supply.
This report is the outcome of a dialogue among representatives of small businesses, corporations, federal and state governments, and environmental and other non-governmental organizations.
The Aspen Institute, in association with the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, convened a diverse group of leaders to develop a politically feasible framework for a mandatory U.S. climate change policy.
A distinguished group of business, government, environmental and academic leaders developed a series of recommendations to stimulate the widespread commercialization of both corn and cellulosic ethanol as a replacement for gasoline.
Now in its 32nd year, the summer Energy Policy Forum has traditionally drawn senior industry, government, environmental, and other invited leaders to explore a wide range of topical or emerging energy issues.
Once perceived as almost entirely beneficial, dams are seen more realistically today as having both positive and negative effects.