Jeremy Tamanini participated in a virtual panel on Friday 4/23 at 10am ET hosted by Washington DC – based think tank the Middle East Policy Council (MEPC). The panel was part of the MEPC’s quarterly Capitol Hill Conference series designed for members of the U.S. Congress. The panelists will explore the energy transition, environmental and market dynamics associated with climate change in the Middle East and what these mean for U.S. foreign policy in the region.
The guest panelists were:
Research Associate, King Abdullah Petroleum Studies & Research Center
Author, Challenges & Opportunities for Climate Policy Integration in Oil-Producing Countries: the case of the UAE & Oman
Non-Resident Fellow, Arab Center Washington DC
Author, Climate Change in the Arab World: An Existential Threat in an Unstable Region
Creator, Global Green Economy Index
Consultant, Middle East Policy Council
Senior Policy Advisor, Nelson Mullins
Former Congressman (VA-8)
Board Member, Middle East Policy Council
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