GW Law – Talking About Sustainable Fuels to Students, Investors, and the Public

How do we talk about sustainable fuels? The public has heard a lot about EVs and ethanol, but what else is there, today and in the future?

This roundtable discussion will address strategies to facilitate a public discourse around sustainable fuels that reflects a deeper understanding of their benefits, challenges, risks and where they fit in the transition to a sustainable, renewable future. Participants will consider how key points and accurate information about the sector can be better communicated to the public, including educators and students (the potential future workforce), investors, influencers, and decision-makers.

The goals for this roundtable are to bring thoughtful voices into this important conversation and to disseminate the ideas and information gathered. People of all experience levels are welcome and will have the opportunity to share their knowledge and questions, thereby shaping the content and creating a useful resource which will be later disseminated in written and video formats.


Mar 30 2023


1:00 PM - 3:30 PM

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The George Washington University Law School
2000 H Street Northwest Washington, DC 20052


George Washington University Environment & Energy Law Program

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