Moving Mountains: Energy, Climate, and National Security in West Virginia

Climate change is impacting every sector of American society, and energy security has emerged at the forefront of the national discussion. In 2019, West Virginia was ranked fifth nationwide in total energy production, but with coal responsible for 84% of WV’s energy production, what’s the future of clean energy in the Mountain State, and what role does WV have in enhancing climate security and national security? Join ASP and the University of Charleston for our virtual roundtable on the critical role WV plays in the national energy discussion and how it can help enhance U.S. national security.

Date

Aug 09 2022
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Time

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

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Webinar
Category
American Security Project

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American Security Project
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