Young Professionals ethnic dinner and discussion: Energy Independence, Oct 28


Tuesday, October 28th at 7:00 pm

Cummins Station boardroom (Suite 422)

209 10th Ave S. Nashville, TN 37203

 Facilitators:  Avani Shah & Jessica Liff

Discussion topic: Energy independence, by taking the bargaining chip of oil dependence off the table, would be most good for American foreign policy. But the very technological advances that make independence possible have created a dilemma for lawmakers. In a government with fixed resources, should the U.S. encourage more traditional fuel production or invest in the young technology of renewable resources?

Event and dinner are FREE.

  Additional Information:

The program is modeled off the Foreign Policy Association’s Great Decisions Program, which is the largest civic educational program on world affairs in the U.S.

New participants are invited to join anytime throughout the year. Although not mandatory, it is suggested that participants read the article produced for the Great Decisions Program. These articles are used as the basis for our discussion. For information on how to access these articles, please contact me for additional information.