In an op-ed for State of the Planet, CGEP Senior Research Scholar Dr. Melissa C. Lott argues that in order to solve our current public health emergency in which dirty fuels are causing 90% of children to breathe dangerous air, we must speed up the transition to cleaner sources of energy dramatically.
Happy New Year! The year 2020 promises to be an important one for energy and environmental issues in the U.S., with significant debates in Congress over policy options and a national election in which climate change may be a decisive issue for...
Testifying before the House Subcommittee on Environment & Climate Change of the Committee on Energy & Commerce, CGEP Research Scholar Dr. Noah Kaufman described the need for comprehensive, economy-wide climate policies and the benefits of including a price on carbon dioxide emissions.
In this edition of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Jason Bordoff is joined by Cheryl LaFleur, a nationally recognized energy leader and one of the longest serving commissioners at FERC, having served from 2010 until August 2019.
In his latest Wall Street Journal experts column, Jason Bordoff argues that Northern California’s decade of planned blackouts should serve as a wake-up call to regulators everywhere to redouble efforts to boost the reliability and resilience of the electricity system in order to support the transition to a low-carbon and more electrified economy.
Join us for a conversation with Carlos Curbelo, a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Center on Global Energy Policy and Former Representative of Florida's 26th Congressional District, on current issues in energy and climate change. From the...
In his latest op-ed in The Hill, Philippe Benoit explains why taxing the carbon emissions from luxury consumption is something the Democratic presidential candidates and the sponsors of the Green New Deal might want to consider adding to their climate proposals.