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By reversing course on fuel-efficiency regulations, CGEP Fellow Kate Gordon argues in a Reuters op-ed that the United States is encouraging automakers to build outdated vehicles in a globally-evolving market – ceding market leadership to China in the process.

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When it comes to action on climate change, few groups have less in common than the oil industry and climate activists. Writing in The Hill, CGEP Scholar Noah Kaufman argues that both groups, however, may find something to like in the same kind of climate policy: a carbon tax

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Writing in The Hill, CGEP Scholars Tim Boersma and Jonathan Elkind argue that Europe, even if acting alone, needs to continue focusing on its energy security. 

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Writing in Subsea Magazine, CGEP Scholar Antoine Halff explores if the Brazilian oil industry, which is just taking off, is late to the party.

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Writing in the Wall Street Journal, CGEP Director Jason Bordoff argues that a humdrum transportation option is poised to transform urban mobility: the bus.

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Writing in the Wall Street Journal, CGEP Director Jason Bordoff discusses how to protect the connected energy grid. 

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Writing in The Hill, Dave Banks argues why he places the odds of greater than 60-40 that President Trump scores a Paris political victory shortly before the 2020 election, thanks in large part to the flexibility that his predecessor gave him.  

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Writing in The Hill, CGEP non-resident Fellow Ali Zaidi argues that the United States remains well-positioned to lead on clean energy but to do so we need to keep increasing investment — and keep increasing impact.

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Writing in Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff argues that President Trump wanted to be energy independent, but he’s forcing his country to get more deeply involved in the global oil market with his decision to withdraw from the Iran deal.

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Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Jason Bordoff explains how the coming wave of disruptive innovation in the energy sector is likely to be driven by digital tools bringing together artificial intelligence, machine learning, data analytics, supercomputing and automation.

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