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2020 News Items

September 2020

Statement by David Sandalow on Chinese President Xi Jinping's announcement that China will achieve carbon neutrality by 2060.

Center on Global Energy Policy, Global CCS Institute Release Key Net Zero Report as part of NYC Climate Week

Report recommends deployment of carbon removal technologies, climate policies needed to curb climate catastrophe.

U.S. Should Launch a National Energy Innovation Mission to Reach Climate Goals

Columbia University and the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation Recommend the Next Presidential Administration, Congress Triple Federal Investment in Clean Energy Innovation to $25 billion by 2025

Climate Week NYC Partners with Center on Global Energy Policy

Join us online for Climate Week NYC from September 21-27, 2020, focused on rebuilding the global economy for people and the planet and halving global emissions by 2030.

Dr. Pierre Noël

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NEW YORK -- The Center on...

August 2020

To help explain how the oil and gas sector is transforming, the Center on Global Energy Policy partnered with the World Economic Forum on the Oil and Gas Transformation Map, an interactive tool for users to explore and make sense of the complex and interlinked forces that will dictate the future of the industry. 

 Near-term to Net Zero Pricing Approach Avoids Pitfalls of the Social Cost of Carbon

July 2020

Is China Still a Developing Country? And Why It Matters for Energy and Climate
State of the Planet blog

A new paper examines assesses the implications of China's development status. 

Amid record unemployment rates, new research examines the potential for a federal program to plug oil and gas wells where the owner is unknown or insolvent, creating energy sector jobs while reducing methane emissions to fight climate change.

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