Energy Innovation in Brazil, China, and India: U.S. Policy Implications

Speakers:
Michael A. Levi David M. Rubenstein Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment and Director of the Program on Energy Security and Climate Change, Council on Foreign Relations
Shannon K. O'Neil Douglas Dillon Fellow for Latin America Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
Presider:
Irina A. Faskianos Vice President, National Program & Outreach, Council on Foreign Relations
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