This is the first of four lunch events planned by the Washington Clean Technology Association and Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce to explore climate change and policies to mitigate it. Speakers at the initial event focusing on climate science include King 5 chief meteorologist Jeff Renner, Western Washington University environmental sciences professor Andy Bunn, University of Washington atmospheric sciences professor Cliff Mass, and Amy Snover, director of the UW Climate Impacts Group. Early-bird prices, good through April 26, are $30. Registration information is available here. Future events are planned in May and June covering state and federal carbon regulations and policies including carbon taxes and cap-and-trade systems.