Over the past 18 months, the United States has passed several major pieces of legislation that contain environmental provisions with trade implications, including the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the Infrastructure Act of 2021 and the CHIPS for America Act. How can U.S. industrial policies help the United States achieve its climate objectives? And how can such policies create opportunities for trade and other forms of international cooperation that could lead to greater and faster deployment of low-carbon technologies?
Sophie Beckham, Chief Sustainability Officer, International Paper
Ryan Fitzpatrick, Director of the Climate and Energy Program, Third Way
Vanessa Sciarra, Vice President, Trade & International Competitiveness, American Clean Power Association
Moderator: Maureen Hinman, Co-Founder, Chairman, Silverado Policy Accelerator
This event is part of WITA’s Trade Environment Series sponsored by Silverado Policy Accelerator.