Item of General Interest
February 3 Update. I will be speaking at a Green Economy Workshop in Stockholm, Sweden on February 10 and 11.
I will be speaking at the International Conference of Actuaries meeting on April 4, in Washington DC.
I will be speaking at Energy Day 2030 Conference in Abu Dhabi on April 23.
I will also be speaking at the Age of Limits Conference in Washington D. C. over Memorial Day Weekend, on May 23-26 in southern Pennsylvania. Dennis Meadows will be among the speakers this year at this conference.
Tag Archives: climate change
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