The Environmental Effects of EV Investments

[Slides] The Environmental Effects of EV Investments – Zachary Schofield & Ian Spellane, REMI

[Recording] The Environmental Effects of EV Investments – Zachary Schofield & Ian Spellane, REMI

Over the past decade, the U.S. economy has experienced increased interest and investments in electric vehicles (EV) as a result of their sustainability implications, reduced dependence on fossil fuels, and potential decrease in the carbon footprint.

We invite you to join us for “The Environmental Effects of EV Investments,” our upcoming webinar on Tuesday, August 24th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (ET).

During this presentation we will:
– Identify the environmental variables affected by increased use of EV technology
– Consider the environmental impacts of manufacturing and operating EVs
– Forecast the environmental impact of EVs using the REMI E3+ economic model

The Effects of Labor Force Changes: Employment and Retirement Post-pandemic

[Slides] The Effects of Labor Force Changes: Employment and Retirement Post-pandemic – Katy Koon, REMI

[Recording] The Effects of Labor Force Changes: Employment and Retirement Post-pandemic – Katy Koon, REMI

Labor force changes directly impact employment trends, workforce development programs and the growth and recovery of state and local economies. As populations shift and demand for 21st century workforce skills changes, detailed economic analysis has the ability to forecast the long-term outlook of the demographic landscape post-pandemic.

We invite you to join us for “The Effects of Labor Force Changes: Employment and Retirement Post-pandemic,” our upcoming webinar presentation on Thursday, August 19th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (ET).

During this discussion, we will explore the methodologies underlying the demographic portion of the REMI model and describe how multiple factors influence each region’s labor force differently.

As regional agencies assess the state of their workforce development programs, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the labor force will be felt for years to come. This discussion will serve as an overview on many of the technical details of economic and demographic forecasting in the REMI model for interested parties and those curious about how their state’s population will change going forward.

Investing in American Transit

[Slides] Investing In American Transit – Guyesha Blackshear and Jim C. Stewart, REMI

[Recording] Investing In American Transit – Guyesha Blackshear and Jim C. Stewart, REMI

The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed the INVEST in American Act, a $715 billion surface transportation reauthorization bill dedicated to investing in public transit resources. Over the next five years, this bill intends to support regional economies by creating jobs, advancing the transportation framework and addressing climate concerns.

To examine the effects of this policy, we will be hosting “Investing in American Transit,” our upcoming webinar on Tuesday, August 10th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (ET).

If signed into law, this bill will allocate funding for bridges, train stations, tunnels, public transportation, state of good repair backlog (SOGR) and passenger and freight rail. During this discussion, we will explore the economic implications of this the INVEST in America Act using the REMI economic model.

The Broader Implications of the Global Minimum Tax

[Slides] The Broader Implications of the Global Minimum Tax – Zachary Schofield, REMI

[Recording] The Broader Implications of the Global Minimum Tax – Zachary Schofield, REMI

A global minimum tax on corporations has been agreed upon by 130 nations as part of a broader agreement to reexamine international tax guidelines. Upon implementation, large corporations would directly contribute to the economic growth of the nations they operate in through changes in tax revenues.

We invite you to join us for “The Broader Implications of the Global Minimum Tax,” our upcoming webinar on Thursday, August 5th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (ET).

During this discussion, we will forecast the fiscal and economic implications of a 15% global minimum tax on revenue and economic growth using the REMI Tax-PI economic model.

ESG Analysis: How REMI-SEI Evaluates Corporate Social Impact

[Slides] ESG Analysis: REMI-SEI to Evaluate Corporate Social Impact – Katy Koon & Guyesha Blackshear, REMI

[Recording] ESG Analysis: REMI-SEI to Evaluate Corporate Social Impact – Katy Koon & Guyesha Blackshear, REMI

By addressing environmental, social, and governance (ESG) concerns, corporate entities can establish a strong ESG proposition that creates organizational value. In addition, corporate leaders must consider and measure the implications of their ESG-investments on the agency, its stakeholders and the regional economy.

We invite you to join us for “ESG Analysis: How REMI-SEI Evaluates Corporate Social Impact,” our upcoming webinar on Thursday, July 29th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (ET).

During this presentation, we will:

  • Identify the environmental, social and governance factors that create risk and opportunity
  • Determine the level of influence for each factor on the regional economy
  • Simulate ESG impacts using REMI’s Tax-PI/SEI economic model, the only software solution with these dynamic capabilities


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