Climate Change

WIE Site Visit: Brookhaven National Lab

Friday, April 28, 2017
9:30 am - 2:30 pm


WIE Site Visit: Brookhaven National Lab

2017 Columbia Global Energy Summit

Thursday, April 13, 2017
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Low Library, 535 W. 116 St., New York, NY 10027 Rotunda

2017 Columbia Global Energy Summit

Challenges related to carbon transportation and storage – showstoppers for CCS?

Dr. Tim Boersma
Climate Change

In a paper from the the Global CCS Institute , CGEP natural gas program director, Dr. Tim Boersma, and co-authors write the challenges related to carbon transportation and storage.

Trump Sword Of Damocles Hangs Over Global Climate Action

In MEES, Program Director Tim Boersma discusses how policy under President-elect Trump will unlikely change the trends of renewable and natural gas growth in the United States. 

Read the full article here.

The Paris Agreement and Market Signals: A Survey

David Sandalow
Keith J. Benes
Climate Change

What do investors and infrastructure developers think about the Paris Agreement? What impact do they believe it will have on the availability of capital for clean energy? In a new paper from the Center on Global Energy Policy, David Sandalow, Keith Benes and Caitlin Augustin report on the results of a survey on these topics. Applying a survey methodology widely used in marketing but not previously used in climate policy analysis, they asked several hundred investors, infrastructure developers and others their views on the Paris Agreement, other national and international policies and climate finance. The survey was conducted both before and after the Paris conference with respondents mostly from the United States and United Kingdom.

The One Energy Policy Republicans and Democrats Can Agree On

Jason Bordoff
Climate Change

Director Jason Bordoff writes in the Wall Street Journal that while the outlook for bipartisan cooperation on energy may seem bleak, it will be important for both sides of the aisle to look for potential areas of common ground after a deeply divisive campaign. Bordoff points to investment in energy research and development as an area which has long enjoyed broad support in both parties as a way to boost American competitiveness.


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