Most Recent Hearing12/01/2010
Not Going Away: America's Energy Security, Jobs and Climate Challenges
While politics continue to evolve here in America, the challenges presented by our dependence on oil and fossil fuels, and the increasing destabilization of the climate continue to persist. General Wesley Clark, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and an all-star panel discussed these ongoing challenges from national, economic and planetary security perspectives.
The Select Committee on Energy Independence & Global Warming held a hearing on Wednesday, December 1, 2010, at 11:00 a.m., “Not Going Away: America's Energy Security, Jobs and Climate Challenges.”
WHAT: Select Committee hearing: “Not Going Away: America's Energy Security, Jobs and Climate Challenges.”
WHEN: Wednesday, December 1, 2010
WHERE: Capitol Complex, Washington, D.C.
General Wesley K. Clark, US Army (Ret.), NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe 1997-2000
Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn, U.S. Navy (Ret.)
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Chairman of the Waterkeepers Alliance
Richard L. Kauffman, Chairman of the Board, Levi Strauss & Co.
Peter Gleick, Pacific Institute for Studies in Development, Environment, and Security
Kenneth Green, American Enterprise Institute
Rep. John Hall
Reps. Markey and Sensenbrenner discuss the bi-partisan nature of the Select Committee
Vice-Admiral McGinn's Opening Statement
Mr. Kauffman's Opening Statement
Members of the Select Committee
Chairman Markey and members of the witness panel after the hearing.
Robert F Kennedy, Jr.
Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn
Richard L. Kauffman
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