Join Rep. Mary Dye at Future of Carbon Policy Forum
Washington State Representative Mary Dye (WA-9) will be a speaker and panelist at our January 5th Future of Carbon Policy Forum. Rep. Dye is a wheat farmer from Pomeroy, and brings her agricultural expertise and the viewpoint of her rural community to the debates and decisions that occur under the Capitol dome in Olympia. She is the Ranking Member on the House Environment Committee.
Our stellar group of speakers includes perspectives from both sides of the aisle, both chambers of the legislature, and both Washingtons. (And both sides of this Washington.)
Register now for the 5th annual Future of Carbon Policy Forum on January 5th from 3 to 6 p.m.
2023 promises to be a pivotal year for climate action in Washington state:
- The Climate Commitment Act (CCA) takes effect January 1st
- Washington’s legislative session convenes January 9th
- Cap-and-Invest allowance auctions begin in February
It’s during this “long session” that the Legislature will prepare the biennial budget, making decisions about how and where to invest auction funds generated by the CCA, complemented by funds available from the Inflation Reduction Act and the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act. These decisions will shape the clean economy of Washington state for the next decade.
Whether you are with a company doing business in Washington state, a tribe, community, or organization representing key constituencies, or a leader working to make life better in our state, the Future of Carbon Policy Forum is where you want to be on January 5th, just four days prior to the start of the legislative session.
Enjoy a delicious selection of appetizers, plus wine, beer, and cocktails, along with a spectacular view over Seattle and the Sound from atop the Columbia Tower.
Space is limited. We expect to sell out again this year, so save your place today: