Global Issues in Campaign '08: Energy and the Environment

Global Issues in Campaign '08: Energy and the Environment

More on:

Energy and Environment

United States

Elections and Voting

The confluence of energy and environmental policy issues and Campaign 2008 is explored in this second of a series of public meetings sponsored by CFR.org, the Economist, and NYU's Stern School of Business. Moderated by CFR.org Executive Editor Michael Moran on Monday, Dec. 3, 2007, the discussion and questions from the audience were handled by Vijay Vaitheeswaran of the Economist, by CFR Senior Fellow and Director of Asia Studies Elizabeth Economy, and NYU-Stern's Prof. Mark Tercek, also a managing director of Goldman Sachs Center for Environmental Marketing.

Up

Explore More on CFR

U.S. Foreign Policy

U.S. competition with China continues to intensify, but rather than adopting a strategy of containment, the United States should respond by reinforcing its relationships with allies and leveraging China's desire for stability to discourage disruptive behavior.

Democratic Republic of Congo

As technology companies and carmakers become increasingly reliant on cobalt, many business, government, and nonprofit leaders have grown concerned about the mineral’s controversial supply chain.

United States