Reflections from COP28

January 31, 2024, 7:00AMANS News

The American Nuclear Society is hosting "Reflections from COP28," an online panel discussion this Friday, February 2, from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. (ET). The talk will look back at the event last December and will look ahead to the implications of what transpired in Dubai.

Registration for the free webinar is required.

Nuclear COP: COP28 is being called by some the “Nuclear COP,” and ANS wants to dive into how and why this conference saw such prominence for the nuclear industry and one of our world's most significant clean energy technologies.

Craig Piercy, ANS executive director/CEO, will lead the discussion on the pivotal international event with participants who were on the ground at COP28 where historic pledges and agreements related to nuclear energy were created.


  • Seth Grae, president and CEO, Lightbridge
  • Jeremy Harrell, chief strategy officer, ClearPath
  • Elina Teplinsky, partner, Pillsbury, Winthrop, Shaw, and Pittman LLP


  • Craig Piercy, executive director/CEO, ANS

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