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

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Justin Gundlach, Ron Minsk and Dr. Noah Kaufman

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.

Building diverse, inclusive work environments has become a priority for businesses across the globe—bringing benefits that include higher productivity and improved performance, as well as increased creativity and broader perspectives that lead to better decision-making.

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Lisa Jacobson
President, Business Council for Sustainable Energy

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...

Sheldon Whitehouse
U.S. Senator, Rhode Island

The debate in Congress over climate change has heightened now that Democrats control the House of Representatives and make the issue one of their top priorities in 2019. But how much can they accomplish in the face of resistance from the Trump...

Rhiana Gunn-Wright
Policy Director, New Consensus

Since its debut last year, the Green New Deal has created quite a stir in Washington. Some have praised it as the most ambitious national project since Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal, while others have dismissed it as a green dream. Earlier this...