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April 05, 2019

Investment in green bonds – bonds that fund projects with explicit environmental objectives – has taken off over the past five years and is seen as a powerful vehicle for financing the energy transition and climate policy objectives. While still...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Climate change is gaining attention fast in Congress as the Green New Deal makes waves. It’s a top priority for Democrats, although they may differ over the exact approach for curbing carbon emissions. And even among Republicans there seems to be...

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Op-ed

Based on his research at the Center on Global Energy Policy, Ron Minsk explains in The Hill why a carbon tax can compliment proposed Green New Deal policies.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

On this special edition of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Jason Bordoff is joined by Iain Conn, Chief Executive of Centrica.

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Article

In a new article via Democracy, Jason Bordoff gives meaning to the ambition of the Green New Deal in six key elements.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The U.S. economy kicked into high gear in 2018, and the results were evident in nearly every energy sector including overall demand, power generation, energy prices and carbon emissions. So, what does this mean for the movement to sustainable...

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March 14, 2019

Location: Resources For the Future 1400 16th St. NW 1st Floor Conference Space Washington, DC 20036 In the United States, a suite of technological advances have led to a historic increase in oil production over the past decade, ushering in a new...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

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

Research
Op-ed

Writing in the Financial Times, Jamie Webster discusses impacts of oil market volatility and its impact on companies and consumers.

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Report

This report develops a framework to consider the interactions between a federal carbon tax and salient energy and emissions policies. The paper provides policymakers information about how they might want to add, subtract, or change existing policies by using the framework to classify existing policies are either complementary or redundant to a federal carbon tax.

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