Recent analysis from the Center for American Progress shows that natural gas undoubtedly has an important role to play in reducing emissions in the near term. Long-term efforts to transition from natural gas to zero-carbon energy, however, are necessary in order to achieve climate-stabilization targets. CAP’s recent report, “U.S. Natural-Gas Use Must Peak by 2030,” details the role natural gas should play in achieving emissions reductions as part of the stabilizing process. It also presents opportunities in the transportation sector, as natural-gas vehicles are a cleaner alternative to traditional vehicles and increasingly are being used in both private and public fleets.
Please join us for an exclusive donor call to discuss CAP’s recent natural gas report and our proposed body of work with:
Vice President, Energy Policy
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
2:00 p.m. ET – 3:00 p.m. ET