Thanks to All for a Successful Global Warming Conference!

Thanks to All for a Successful Global Warming Conference!

THANKS TO ALL PARTICIPANTS!

2016 ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT CONFERENCE

GLOBAL WARMING ALERT: FEELING THE HEAT!

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SPECIAL THANKS TO WIDENER UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW

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AND TO LUNCHEON KEYNOTE:

HIS EXCELLENCY  MAJID AL SUWAIDI
Consul General
United Arab Emirates

Distinguished experts on global warming and the environment will include:

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THE COUNCIL THANKS OUR EXPERT SPEAKERS!

  • conference3DAVID BROWN – Scholar in Residence -Sustainability Ethics and Law
    Widener’s Environmental Law and Sustainability Center

                                                                                    JOHN DERNBACH – Distinguished Professor of Law, Director, Environmental Law and Sustainability Center, Widener University Commonwealth Law School

DOUG NEIDICH – CEO of Harrisburg-based GreenWorks Development LLC

MARK SZYBIST — Natural Resources Defense Council

GREG CZARECKI – Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

JONATHAN BOWSER, CEO, Cumberland Area Economic Development Authority

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