Environmental markets are red hot and this asset class looks poised to expand massively in the coming months and years. EMA's first-ever "State of the Markets" Press Round Table will bring together a panel of analysts and journalists to provide their unique perspective on our markets in North America, Europe and beyond.
Speakers will dive into policy moves at the state and federal levels and talk about the key drivers that will propel these markets going forward. The panel will give their thoughts on carbon, REC and renewable fuels markets weigh in on compliance and voluntary markets. Join us for this lively discussion and Q&A.
Date: Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
Moderator: Jim Kharouf, Communications Director, IncubEx
Free for current EMA members.
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Michael Ball, Editor, Argus Air Daily
Michael Ball is editor of Argus Air Daily, the leading source of pricing, news and analysis for the North American environmental markets. Michael joined Argus in 2003 and has been editor of Air Daily since 2012. He has covered wide range of state and federal environmental issues, including the development of the California carbon and LCFS markets, US Environmental Protection Agency regulations, and Clean Air Act cases before the US Supreme Court.
Elana Knopp, Senior Reporter, New Project Media
Elana Knopp currently serves as Senior Reporter for New Project Media covering renewable energy in the Northeast. Prior to joining NPM, Elana served as an investigative reporter in North Jersey covering politics, social and housing justice, education, and the environment. Elana is the recipient of several awards from the New Jersey Press Association and the Garden State Journalists Association, has been recognized by the Center for Cooperative Media, and has been featured in Politico’s New Jersey Playbook. She graduated with honors from Rutgers University and has served as a guest lecturer in journalism and environmental communications.
Dan McGraw, Head of Americas, Carbon Pulse
Dan X. McGraw is Head of Americas for Carbon Pulse. Prior to joining, Dan covered the California-Quebec and RGGI carbon markets for nearly five years for ICIS. During that time, he broke numerous stories about both markets as they went through various policy and legislative decisions. Before working at ICIS, Dan was at the Houston Chronicle, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and The Dallas Morning News, covering breaking news, sports and business. Dan graduated from Texas Christian University.
Jennifer McIsaac, Lead Analyst for Low Carbon Markets, S&P Platts Global
Jennifer McIsaac is Lead Analyst for Low Carbon Markets, with 20 years’ experience in policy analysis and developing forecasts for environmental commodities, including regional compliance markets for carbon (California/WCI and RGGI), Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) and Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) credits. She also contributes to regular reports on environmental policy and regulatory trends as well as conducting special analysis. Prior to joining PIRA, now part of S&P Global Platts, in 2001, her experience in the energy industry included positions at NUI Corp., the parent company of several gas utilities, and at Exxon Company, International. Ms. McIsaac has a B.A. in mathematics from Drew University and an M.A. in economics from Cornell University.