Climate Change, Global Responsibilities, and the U.S.-China Relationship

With Chris Brown, Nikhil Chandavarkar, Robert M. Cutler, Dai Fengning, Joshua Eisenman, Jonathan Gage, Jeff Hittner, Liu Lan-Cui, Liu Qun, Roy Morrison, Evan O'Neil, Pan Zhenqiang, Joel Rosenthal, Orville Schell, David Speedie, Devin T. Stewart, Thomas Stewart, Robert Vambery, Michael Zhao, Zhou Hong, Zhou Xiaozhong, Zhou Xin

Friday, August 28, 2009 09:00 AM to 02:00 PM

Workshops for Ethics in Business
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
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Booz & Company strategy+business magazine


This working group will discuss topics ranging from ethics in a global economy, to U.S.-China relations, to climate change and energy. It will begin with a talk from Carnegie Council President Joel Rosenthal on the ethics of climate change in a global economy. Experts on the U.S.-China relationship then will describe how climate change plays a role in this important relationship. The rest of the session will focus on areas of innovation and cooperation to address climate change and energy security. The goal will be to issue a statement on points of agreement.

Moderated by Jonathan Gage of Booz & Company.

This event is co-organized by the Carnegie Council and China Reform Forum, and sponsored by Booz & Company's strategy+business magazine.

A private lunch will follow. Please note the change in location. This working group will be off-the-record. For more information, please contact Devin Stewart.

Booz & Company
101 Park Ave, 18th floor
New York, NY 10178

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