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Writing in USA Today, CGEP Research Scholar Dr. Noah Kaufman examines the 2020 presidential candidates' stances on carbon pricing.

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CGEP Senior Research Scholar Richard Nephew, and Eric Brewer, Fellow and Deputy Director of the Project on Nuclear Issues with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, explain why the Trump Administration's new redline on Iran is seriously flawed.

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In his latest op-ed in the Financial Times, CGEP Founding Director Jason Bordoff, writing with Jon Goldberg of BBL Commodities, examines the new rules from the International Maritime Organization to reduce sulfur emissions from marine shipping fuel slated to go into effect January 1, 2020.

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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.

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In a new op-ed for The Houston Chronicle, Jully Meriño Carela and Amy Myers Jaffee explain why the energy industry needs more women and ways in which they can retain diverse talent. 

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

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The hottest “commodity” in energy markets right now may not be a fuel, but the specialized tankers that carry liquefied natural gas (LNG) across the oceans.

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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.

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Writing in The Hill, CGEP Director Jason Bordoff explains why the Khashoggi affair exposes myth of US energy dominance.

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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.

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