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.
Director Jason Bordoff writes in Thomson Reuters that if President-elect Trump wants to keep his promise to achieve "energy independence," he must continue on the Obama Administration's path of raising fuel economy standards to cut oil use.
Host Jason Bordoff sits down with Anne Pramaggiore, the president and CEO of ComEd, an electric utility serving customers in Chicago and northern Illinois. Anne joined ComEd in 1998 and, in addition to her current role, has served as the company'...
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is facing funding cuts under President Trump's budget proposal. Bill Loveless interviews former U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz about the importance of clean energy innovation and what it will take to transition to a de-carbonized world.
The Center on Global Energy Policy and the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law organized a discussion on what comes next for the Paris COP21 Agreement after its adoption in December 2015. Our distinguished guests included: