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Coal communities across the world share challenges. Learn transition strategies from local governments in Poland and other countries for how localities are navigating clean energy infrastructure, strengthening their economies and supporting the local workforce. Join NACo’s Building Resilient Economies in Coal Communities (BRECC) National Network for this collaborative webinar with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

Speakers

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Erik Pages, Ph.D

President, EntreWorks Consulting
Andres Sanabria

Andres Sanabria

Research Analyst, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development 
Dariusz Stankiewicz

Dariusz Stankiewicz

Transition Head Specialist, Regional Authorities of the Silesian Voivodeship, Poland

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