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The Geopolitics of Energy: A German and American Perspective

The Geopolitics of Energy: A German and American Perspective

Timeloc
27 February 2015
Washington DC
United States
Exploring the geopolitics of energy through a transatlantic lens

The Ecologic Institute joined the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies at Johns Hopkins University to reflect on the Geopolitics of Energy.

On 27 February 2015, experts from Germany and the United States joined in Washington, DC at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace to discuss the Geopolitics of Energy:

The Future of Energy in a Post-Carbon Society

  • Max Gruenig, Executive Vice President, Ecologic Institute
  • Jeffrey Ball, Stanford University
  • David Livingston, Carnegie Endowment
  • Dale Medearis, Northern Virginia Regional Commission

Instability and the Resource Nexus

  • Corey Johnson, University of North Carolina
  • Raimund Bleischwitz, University College London
  • Tim Boersma, The Brookings Institution
  • Stephen Szabo, Transatlantic Academy

A Transatlantic Approach to Energy

  • Camilla Bausch, Director, Ecologic Institute Berlin
  • Jim Burkhard, Managing Director, IHS

Energy and Statecraft

  • Severin Fischer, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik
  • Andrew Holland, American Security Project
  • Paul Sullivan, National Defense University
  • Parke Nicholson, AICGS

Organizer
Date
27 February 2015
Location
Washington DC, United States
Language
English
Number of Participants
100
Project ID
238
Keywords
geopolitics, energy, transatlantic, energy market, state power, US, Germany