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Elizabeth Press
International Renewable Energy Agency

The most abundant element in the universe, hydrogen seems – at least in theory – to be a good source of energy. But because of the high costs and other barriers associated with hydrogen power, the real story is...

 
Catherine McKenna

How can the US and Canada cooperate to meet international and domestic climate targets? 

To try and answer that question, host Jason Bordoff spoke with Catherine...

 
Alice Hill
Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations

It seems that the coronavirus pandemic is here to stay as the newly-discovered Omicron variant of the virus spreads throughout the globe. 

But climate change continues...

 
Sophie Brochu
President and CEO of Hydro‑Québec

Hydropower is one of our oldest sources of renewable energy. In 2018, hydropower made up nearly 60% of Canada’s electricity generation. In provinces like Quebec and Manitoba, hydropower makes up well over 90% of the provincial electricity supply...

 
Dr. Luisa Palacios
Senior Research Scholar, CGEP

In this episode, host Jason Bordoff speaks with a leading expert on oil markets and the Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) agenda in Latin America -- Dr. Luisa Palacios.

 
Mary Powell
CEO of Sunrun

Host Bill Loveless digs into the hows of deploying solar widely and effectively with Mary Powell.

 

The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) announced today its first global cohort of engineers to the Council of Engineers for the Energy Transition (CEET). Among the 36 members is Dr. Melissa Lott, Director of Research and Senior Research Scholar at the Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP) at Columbia University.

 
 

Catherine McKenna, Canada’s former Minister of Environment and Climate Change, is joining Columbia University as a Distinguished Visiting Fellow with Columbia’s Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP). In this role, she...

 

5 key climate metrics for the next 5 years of oil and gas.

 

WASHINGTON DC, Apr 8 2021 (IPS) - As the world looks to address issues of gender equity, development and climate change, the importance of increasing the participation of women in the energy sector is gaining attention. To date, this topic has...

 

A new commentary from CGEP's Women in Energy program discusses the approaches ESG-oriented institutional investors and engaged impact investors are taking to make apparent the gender and broader diversity standards that companies, including energy companies, will need to meet to maintain access to their capital.