At last summer’s Summit of the Americas, President Obama announced the formation of a multinational organization aimed at increasing renewable energy usage, confronting climate change, and promoting tech transfer and sustainability practices amongst its members.
The Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas is holding its first ministerial in DC tomorrow and Friday, and The Inter-American Development Bank is hosting a live webcast of it, which you can watch here.
The event starts tomorrow at 8:30am Eastern, with Energy Secretary Stephen Chu speaking at 8:50. Hillary Clinton will also be there, speaking at a lunch-break friendly 12:15 (you can find a full agenda here).
Hit the comments here with your thoughts. We’ll also have a guest post from the State Department’s Katherine Musgrove up here on Page 3.14 later in the week.