Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

On this edition of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Jason Bordoff is joined by María Fernanda Suárez, Minister of Mines and Energy in Colombia, where she manages the country's efforts to boost oil production, promote sustainability, and diversify...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless talks to David Foster, an author of the newly released U.S. Energy and Employment Report 2019.

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Research

This effort develops an energy-for-development framework to analyze the energy transformations of developing countries in the 21st century. The framework is constructed around the five pillars of energy exports: growing local consumption, securing more energy, global impacts, and access for homes and businesses.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Freeing the world of poverty is the predominant goal of the World Bank, one of the largest sources of funding and knowledge for developing countries. And one of the most important factors in achieving that objective is providing reliable and...

Event
February 20, 2019

Please join us in New York City for the launch of Escaping the Energy Poverty Trap: When and How Governments Power the Lives of the Poor. Co-author Johannes Urpelainen, Non-Resident Fellow at the Center on Global Energy Policy and Director and...

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Article

CGEP Scholar Dr. Tim Boersma and others examine the resource nexus debate in relation to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and outline a vision for future nexus research and SDG delivery.

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Article

CGEP Scholars David Sandalow and Dr. Julio Friedmann explore the potential for direct air capture of carbon dioxide to contribute to climate mitigation and provide feedstock for commercial processes.

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Report

CGEP Scholar Philippe Benoit served as the lead author of the recently released report, Energy Access and Affordability Voluntary Action Plan for Latin America and the Caribbean, by the G20.

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October 09, 2018

One year ago, four US soldiers were killed in Niger; they were part of a quiet US presence in the increasingly sensitive region. Niger is a key supplier of uranium for the nuclear power plants of France. Beginning several years before, Mali,...

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BookArticle

Coping with the Climate Crisis brings together leading experts from academia and policy circles to explore issues related to the implementation of the COP21 Paris Agreement and the challenges of accelerating the transition toward sustainable development. CGEP Scholar Philippe Benoit contributes a chapter to the book that focuses on reducing energy greenhouse gas emissions to meet our climate goals. 

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