This event will take place November 19th 2020 at 10am PDT ONLINE
*Each ticket is valid for up to 3 attendees*
Presented by Environmental Business International and co-hosted by Hunton Andrews Kurth, EBI’s Policy & Politics Summit will deliver an insider’s perspective on the shape of the new administration, agencies, policy directives, programs, bills on the Hill and the budget for 2021.
This year, EBI’s Politics & Policy Summit will focus on the 2020 election outcome, its implications, and the impact it will have on the environmental industry and projects in energy, transportation and infrastructure with discussions on:
- The impact on Congressional committee structures that control the purse strings and policy levers of the federal government
- Most likely scenarios for budget cutbacks and tax policy as the federal government recovers from the budget hit of 2020
- Recovery Act 2021? What possible scenarios?
- Infrastructure deal could hinges on additional fees on gasoline, electricity and water so all areas of infrastructure contribute to funding
- First 100 days of the new administration: Who is in and who is out in the cabinet and major agencies
Each year 60-80 senior environmental executives have joined in this insider discussion in-person in DC. Now set virtually for easy access from anywhere, and just 2 weeks after the election, issues resolved and unresolved will be put into context for those planning their business for 2021-2022.
Designed for government relations, strategic planning, federal markets and business development executives in the energy and environmental industries, EBI’s Politics & Policy Summit provides an outlook on current policy drivers, market drivers, business trends, economic and political issues, and introduces up-to-the-minute newsmakers and key agency decision-makers to an interactive audience of senior executives, association leaders and DC insiders.
Part of the EBI Summit Series: EBI Politics & Policy Summit V: Broadcast from Washington DC
November 19th, 2020: Election Aftermath: Policy & Budget Outlook for the Environmental Industry
EBJ’s Man-in-Washington Andy Paterson
Featured Panelist, Frederick Eames
Produced with EBI meeting partner Hunton Andrews Kurth