Writing in the Paulson Institute blog, David Sandalow and Anders Hove explore how natural gas in China is cleaning up the air in China’s cities and creating opportunities for new cooperation with the United States.
Writing in Nature Energy, Jason Bordoff argues that the Trump administration’s domestic plans would have curtailed the nation’s climate action even if it had stayed in the Paris Agreement. Yet, the decision to leave the agreement undermines US international energy and climate leadership and the prospects of ramping up global climate policy ambition.
In a paper from the MIT Center for Energy and Environment Policy Research (MITCEEPR), CGEP natural gas program director, Dr. Tim Boersma, writes on Tight Oil Development Economics: Benchmarks, Breakeven Points, and Inelasticities.
In a special report on Asia’s energy security amid global market change, published by the National Bureau of Asian Research, CGEP program director Antoine Halff examines the short and longer term impacts of low oil prices on Asian countries and the risks to energy security.