Alice Hill, Council on Foreign Relations, on Climate Resilience After Covid-19

Alice Hill, Senior Fellow for Energy & Environment, CFR, discusses how the climate agenda will change with the new Biden administration.

Alice Hill, Council on Foreign Relations, on Climate Resilience after Covid-19

How will the climate agenda change under the new Biden administration? Listen to Jason Mitchell talk with Alice Hill, Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment at the Council on Foreign Relations and former special assistant to President Obama, about how the White House will govern on climate through regulation and executive orders; what opportunities exist to reframe climate change as a national security issue; and why the US must rebuild its leadership position in climate security.

The podcast is hosted by Man Group’s Co-Head of Responsible Investment Jason Mitchell.


Recording date: 09.02.2021


Alice Hill

Alice Hill is the David M. Rubenstein senior fellow for energy and the environment at the Council on Foreign Relations. Her work at CFR focuses on the risks, consequences, and responses associated with climate change. Alice served as special assistant to President Barack Obama and senior director for resilience policy on the National Security Council staff where she led the development of national policy to build resilience to catastrophic risks, including climate change and biological threats. In 2020, Yale University awarded her the Public Voices Fellowship on the Climate Crisis. Her co-authored book, Building a Resilient Tomorrow, was published in 2019. And her next book, The Fight for Climate After COVID-19, is coming out this Spring.

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