“Reducing U.S. Greenhouse Gases: How Much at What Cost?”
McKinsey & Company and The Conference Board release a major study on the options for reducing emissions of greenhouse gases in the United States. Published on the eve of a major intergovernmental conference, the report is based on in-depth analysis of more than 250 abatement options covering the main greenhouse gas emitting sectors of the economy. For the first time, it gives business leaders and policy makers a comprehensive framework for assessing the costs and benefits associated with alternate paths towards greenhouse gas abatement. The analysis suggests that the United States can make substantial progress towards lowering emissions at manageable costs to the economy, if early action is taken. The report was produced in association with DTE Energy, Environmental Defense, Honeywell, National Grid, Natural Resources Defense Council, PG&E, and Shell.
Jack Stephenson, Director, McKinsey & Company
Ken Ostrowski, Director, McKinsey & Company
David Vidal, Research Director, Global Corporate Citizenship, The Conference Board and Director, Center for Corporate Citizenship & Sustainability
Thursday, November 29, 2007, 10:30 am
Murrow Room, National Press Club, 529 14th Street N.W.
McKinsey & Company
is a management consulting firm that helps many of the world’s leading corporations and organizations address their strategic challenges, from reorganizing for long-term growth to improving business performance and maximizing revenue. With consultants deployed in more than 40 countries across the globe, McKinsey advises companies on strategic, operational, organizational and technological issues. For eight decades, the firm’s primary objective has been to serve as an organization’s most trusted external advisor on critical issues facing senior management.
The Conference Board
is the world's preeminent business membership and research organization. Best known for the Consumer Confidence Index and the Leading Economic Indicators, The Conference Board has, for over 90 years, equipped the world's leading corporations with practical knowledge through issues-oriented research and senior executive peer-to-peer meetings.