RESCHEDULED! IECA Webinar: Exploring the Cultural Impact on Global Energy Consumption
The IECA PDIG Webinar, originally scheduled for May 30, is now re-scheduled for THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 at 11 AM ET.
If you previously registered for this event, you should have received an email informing you of the updated date. If you would still like to register, please feel free to do so using the link below!
This webinar is a detailed discussion on the way in which cultural attitudes towards energy supply impact consumer behaviors. Every day we make decisions on how we consume everything from the electricity that powers our homes, the fuel that runs our automobiles, and the food that powers our bodies. On an aggregate scale these daily choices have huge impacts on global demand and ultimately the choices that energy producers and governing bodies make in order to provide the necessary supply. This session will explore the cultural drivers for those decisions and examine their impact on a global scale.
- Attendees should gain awareness of the large scale impact of their own personal consumption habits.
- Awareness of how consumption is viewed culturally across different regions.
- Awareness of the energy demands required to produce everyday consumer goods
Moderator: Joshua Rogers, Global Head of Credit, Castleton Commodities International LLC
$35.00 for Non-Members
FREE for Members