Writing in the Financial Times, Jason Bordoff and Antoine Halff argue that the Trump Administration’s intervention on proposed shipping regulations may unfairly punish American shippers preparing for sulphur cap.
Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Jason Bordoff argues that, given the urgency of the threat, grid cybersecurity must be treated as the critical national security issue that it is, and must not be politicized in the polarizing climate debate.
Last June, dozens of flights were canceled for multiple days at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The culprit? Extreme heat, grounding planes not able to operate at temperatures above 118 degrees Fahrenheit.
Writing in the New York Times, CGEP Director Jason Bordoff argues that the damage done by the Trump administration’s reversal of Mr. Obama’s climate policies is less a sharp rise in carbon emissions than it is the loss of American leadership and missed opportunity to save future generations from climate change’s severe impacts.
By reversing course on fuel-efficiency regulations, CGEP Fellow Kate Gordon argues in a Reuters op-ed that the United States is encouraging automakers to build outdated vehicles in a globally-evolving market – ceding market leadership to China in the process.