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A Public Debate: Proposition 23 and the Future of California's Economy and Environnment


A Public Debate: Proposition 23 and the Future of California's Economy and Environnment
Date/Time :10/21/2010 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location :UCLA Anderson School of Management
Website :http://www.environment.ucla.edu/news/article.asp?parentid=8602

​Supporters call Prop 23 the California Jobs Initiative. Opponents label it the Dirty Energy Proposition. This debate presented both sides of the issue. To view a brochure with background information on Proposition 23 and California's Global Warming Solutions Act (AB 32) click here.

Watch the webcast of the debate here.  

Featuring:

YES on PROP 23 Campaign
Dorothy Rothrock, Senior Vice President Government Affairs
California Manufacturers and Technology Assn.
Co-Chair, AB 32 Implementation Group

No on PROP 23 Campaign
Terry Tamminen, CEO, Seventh Generation Advisors
Former Secretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency and Chief Policy Advisor to Governor Schwarzenegger

Hosted by Glen MacDonald, Director, UCLA Institute of the Environment

Moderated by: Patt Morrison, Los Angeles Times and KPCC

Panel of Experts:
Margot Roosevelt, Reporter, Los Angeles Times
Matthew Kahn, Professor of Economics, UCLA IoE
Ann Carlson, Professor and Shirley Shapiro Chair in Environmental Law, UCLA School of Law

Cosponsored by: 

UCLA Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment

UCLA IoES Center for Climate Change Solutions

UCLA Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research