The Midcoast Forum on Foreign Relations recently hosted professor John Deutch, who spoke about the challenges to future climate policy.
The Midcoast Forum on Foreign Relations seeks to promote study and discussion of the development, formulation, and implementation of United States foreign policies by means of a program of speakers, the organization of discussion and study groups, and the production and distribution of relevant materials.
Deutch is an emeritus institute professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where has held various roles since 1970 including chemistry department chair, Dean of Science, and Provost.
He has served in significant government posts throughout his career including Director of Central Intelligence, Deputy Secretary of Defense, Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisitions and Technology, Director of Energy Research, Acting Assistant Secretary for Energy Technology, and Undersecretary of the Department of Energy.
Listen to the talk at: Midcoast Forum, John Deutch.
Those interested in learning more about the Forum or seeing future speaker events can visit midcoastforum.org. The Maine Monitor will periodically share recordings of the Forum’s talks.