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March 28, 2018

Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a Women in Energy dinner and roundtable discussion with Caroline Angoorly, Chief Operating Officer, and Sarah Davidson, External Affairs, NY Green Bank. Ms. Angoorly and Ms. Davidson will discuss...

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March 27, 2018

Solar energy, once a niche application for a limited market, has become the cheapest and fastest-growing power source on earth. What’s more, its potential is nearly limitless—every hour the sun beams down more energy than the world uses in a year...

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Commentary

Noah Kaufman examines the history and application of the social cost of carbon (SC-CO2) in the United States, focusing on the use of the SC-CO2 to set carbon tax and clean energy subsidy rates.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

It may not seem likely for a while, but Cuba will drill for oil again off its coast, not far from Florida. And when that happens, new concerns will arise over the safety of the exploration and production that will take place, and whether they...

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Report

Senior Research Scholar Richard Nephew explores the process and impact of terminating economic santions, using Libya as a recent example. 

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March 20, 2018

Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a Women in Energy dinner and roundtable discussion with Dr. Carole Nakhle, founder and CEO of Crystol Energy. Dr. Nakhle will discuss her job history, career paths, and perspectives on what it...

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March 19, 2018

In the wake of President Trump’s announcement that he intends to have the United States leave the Paris climate accord, many American states, cities, and corporations declared: “We are still in.” Beyond the rhetoric, however, how strongly...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The outlook for global oil demand has changed dramatically over the last decade. New technologies and policy have energy experts forecasting that demand for oil will peak. Many tie this outlook to the advent of electric vehicles, but given that...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

U.S. climate and energy policy has shifted course under the Trump Administration. From the decision to leave the Paris Agreement, to promises to prop up the coal industry, to a push for "energy dominance" and now a new "energy realism," much has...

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Op-ed

This article was originally published in La Jornada.

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