In the past twenty-five years the majority of the world’s oil reserves have moved from private ownership to state-owned oil companies. In the last five years, the United States has sharply reduced its oil imports and now anticipates becoming a major gas exporter as a result of the shale gas boom. Germany and Japan are drastically shifting away from nuclear electricity just as other countries are becoming new nuclear powers. Greenhouse gas emissions from burning fossil fuels are linked to more severe storms like Hurricane Sandy and intensifying droughts in Sub-Saharan Africa. The international landscape is changing rapidly. The Fletcher School’s Triplomacy Seminar will address how these shifts are occurring and position participants to lead in an ever changing landscape.
OCTOBER 2-4, 2013
- 3 days in Washington, D.C.
- Collaborate with experts and professionals from the public, private and NGO sectors
- Discover interconnections between energy, environment and security
- Challenge your assumptions
18 hours of executive education, certificate awarded upon completion