PIRE Faculty and Students Host Workshop at National Academy of Engineering

PIRE DC Workshop

This August, PIRE faculty and students hosted a workshop at the National Academy of Engineering in Washington DC. The focus of this workshop was on “Urban Infrastructure Transformations in China, India and the US: Connecting Local Priorities with Global Carbon Targets.”

It was attended by leading Washington DC multi-agency experts from the US Department of State, Department of Energy, National Science Foundation, World Bank, and the Council for Foreign Relations.

The workshop was led by Anu Ramaswami, Rachelle Hollander, Marian Chertow, and Armistead Russell, and included presentations and commentary from professors, PhD students and postdocs from the University of Minnesota, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Georgia Tech, University of Colorado Denver, ICLEI South Asia, Yale, Colorado School of Mines, Harvard University, and the Indian Institute of Technology.

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