U.S. States on Energy and Climate: New Mexico
A conversation series from the CSIS Clean Resilient States Initiative
The CSIS Energy Security & Climate Change Program is pleased to invite you to a conversation with Secretary Sarah Cottrell Propst, Cabinet Secretary of the New Mexico Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department.
The Secretary will discuss her leadership role in the state’s interagency Climate Change Task Force and how her department is implementing climate and energy legislation and executive orders for the state.
Moderated by Morgan Higman, Fellow in the CSIS Energy Security & Climate Change Program.
More upcoming dates:
- U.S. States on Energy and Climate: Massachusetts with Judy Chang, Massachusetts Undersecretary of Energy and Climate Solutions
July 11, 1:00pm ET
- U.S. States on Energy and Climate: Illinois with State Representative Ann Williams of the Illinois General Assembly
July 12, 1:00pm ET
- U.S. States on Energy and Climate: Oregon with Janine Benner, Director of the Oregon Department of Energy
July 13, 1:00pm ET
About the series
U.S. States on Energy and Climate, part of the CSIS Clean Resilient States Initiative, is a four-day event series showcasing U.S. state-level action on energy and climate. In these leadership conversations, officials from Massachusetts, Illinois, Oregon, and New Mexico will discuss their strategies to balance three distinct—but intersecting—imperatives: greenhouse gas emissions reduction, economic opportunity creation, and resilient energy infrastructure.
This event and the Clean Resilient States Initiative are made possible by the Sloan Foundation.