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Treasury Department Emails - April Production

Treasury Department Emails - April Production

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Emails released to CEI in settlement over FOIA requests.
Emails released to CEI in settlement over FOIA requests.

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From:
Brookings Events
To:
Bonaiuto, MatthewDisabled
Subject:
Brookings Event - Campaign 2012: Climate Change and Energy
Date:
Monday, June 04, 2012 12:54:29 PM
Campaign 2012: Climate Change and EnergyMonday, June 11, 2012, 10:00 — 11:30 amThe Brookings Institution, Falk Auditorium, 1775 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC As the struggling economy and demand for jobs consume the American public’s attention, climate policyhas become a second-tier political issue. Although most economists advocate for putting a price ongreenhouse gases through a carbon tax or cap-and-trade program, there is little political appetite to doso. Will the next president be able to make climate and energy policy a national priority, perhaps as acomponent of fiscal reform, or will he seek alternative energy policies? In the context of increasingglobal energy needs, how can the United States ensure its energy independence?On June 11, the Campaign 2012 project at Brookings will hold a discussion on climate change andenergy, the seventh in a series of forums that will identify and address the 12 most critical issues facingthe next president. Darren Samuelsohn of POLITICO will moderate a panel discussion with Brookingsexperts Ted Gayer, Katherine Sierra and Charles Ebinger, who will present recommendations to the nextpresident. After the program, panelists will take questions from the audience. Participants may follow theconversation on Twitter using the hashtag #BIClimate.Panelists Moderator: Darren SamuelsohnSenior Energy and Environment ReporterPOLITICO Pro Katherine SierraSenior Fellow, Global Economy and Development Ted GayerSenior Fellow and Co-Director, Economic Studies Charles EbingerSenior Fellow and Director, Energy Security Initiative To RSVP for this event, please call the Office of Communications at 202.797.6105 or click here(http://www.cvent.com/d/1cqq7h/4W).If you no longer want to receive emails from Brookings Events pleasehttp://www.cvent.com/d/VNh48bDl8EuxY8D6h490uQ/67z2/E1/8D.Powered by Cvent
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From:
Metcalf, Gilbert
To:
"cmclure@stanford.edu"
Subject:
GATT/Carbon Tax
Date:
Monday, April 16, 2012 8:32:00 AM
Charlie,I’m not surprised at all. I asked you to write the paper for my book because I thought you werethe perfect person for the topic given your background. Glad you’ve been able to parlay this into adeeper research agenda.Best,Gib 
Gilbert E. Metcalf Deputy Assistant Secretary for Environment and EnergyU.S. Department of the Treasury(202) 622-0173 (office)(202) 316-8028 (mobile)(202) 622-0037 (fax)Email: gilbert.metcalf@treasury.gov
 
From: Charles E McLure Jr[mailto:cmclure@stanford.edu]Sent: Friday, April 13, 2012 6:48 PMTo: Metcalf, Gilbert E.Subject: FYI and thanks Gib:I recently published an article with thefirst two words in its title: "A Primer on the Legality of BorderAdjustments for Carbon Prices: Through a GATT Darkly," Carbon & ClimateLaw Review, Vol. 5, No. 4 (2011), pp. 456-65. The primer is the very muchcondensed version of the paper that grew out of my work of theconference, "The GATT Legality of Border Tax Adjustments for Carbon Taxesand the Cost of Emissions Permits: a Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery Insidean Enigma," Florida Tax Law Review, vol. 11, No. 4 (2011), pp. 221-294. Thanks for getting me involved in this fascinating topic. It has been awelcome change . I am in the early stages of research on subnational (state andprovincial) actions to price carbon, their coordination, and ways thatdestination-based subnational carbon pricing could be achieved. You need not respond. I understand how busy you must be. 
 
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