WHEN: Thursday, March 4th at 3:00pm ET
WHERE: CNBC Evolve Livestream: Innovating Energy (URL: cnbc.com/evolve)
"Worldwide Exchange" Anchor and Senior National Correspondent Brian Sullivan will conduct one-on-one interviews with U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate and former Secretary of State John Kerry and Occidental President and CEO Vicki Hollub live during the CNBC Evolve Livestream: Innovating Energy on Thursday, March 4th beginning at 3pm ET. Viewers will hear from Vicki Hollub at 3pm ET on all-things energy and how the 100-year-old organization is innovating for a more sustainable future. John Kerry will discuss his role as President Biden's special envoy for climate, working with leaders both domestically and abroad to create a more environmentally secure world from 3:30-4pm ET. The event is sponsored by Accenture.
For additional coverage and to view the livestream on Thursday visit: cnbc.com/evolve.
To register for the event, go to: cnbcevents.com/evolvelive.
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