Seattle Roundtable on "The Future of North America-Asia Energy Trade"
On Tuesday, September 29, 2015, NBR convened an on-the-record, senior-level roundtable in Seattle, WA on “The Future of North America-Asia Energy Trade." Leading experts assessed recent trends in Asian and North American energy policy to suggest options for cooperation in enhancing both energy and environmental security.
Engaging Asia 2015
On September 30, NBR hosted Engaging Asia 2015, a public discussion on how Congress should approach U.S. engagement in the Asia-Pacific over the coming year. Engaging Asia 2015 convened members of Congress, diplomats, senior congressional staff, and leading scholars to provide high-level analysis and policy recommendations for future U.S. engagement in the region.
New Delhi Roundtable on “Innovate in India”
On September 24, NBR and the Institute of Economic Growth (IEG) co-hosted a public event in New Delhi, India, featuring senior policymakers and innovation specialists, as part of NBR’s initiative on India's IP and Innovation Policies.
2015 Energy Security Workshop
NBR and the US-ASEAN Business Council co-hosted the eleventh annual Energy Security Workshop, “Indonesia: A Regional Energy Leader in Transition,” on July 23 in Washington, D.C.
2015 Pacific Energy Summit Media Wrap-Up
The 2015 Pacific Energy Summit hosted three on-the-record media roundtables on "U.S.-China Energy Cooperation," "The Geopolitics of Oil and Gas in Asia," and "Health and the Environment." Access the audio for each roundtable and links to featured expert quotes.
2015 Pacific Energy Summit
The 2015 Pacific Energy Summit, “Strengthening Markets for Energy and Environmental Security,” was held in Beijing, People’s Republic of China, from May 27 to 29. The Summit convened an exclusive group of 200 leaders from government, business, and research organizations to explore innovative solutions to the dual challenges of rising energy demand and a changing climate.
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Seattle Discussion on “Innovate in India”
On April 10, NBR and the University of Washington School of Law hosted a public discussion of India’s IP and innovation policies featuring Congressman Adam Smith, Stewart Beck (APF Canada), and Pallavi Wahi (K&L Gates) among others. Learn more.