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Damilola Ogunbiyi Join CGEP Advisory Board

Ms. Ogunbiyi will help CGEP work towards a just energy transition that considers the realities of both developing and developed economies

NEW YORK -- From a climate and energy perspective, the world is in the midst of a historic transition. Navigating this transition effectively requires insights, analysis and actionable solutions across a range of technological, social, political...

CGEP Releases Fact Sheets on Use, Production, and Investment in Low-Carbon Hydrogen

In a series of three fact sheets, Dr. Julio Friedmann, Emeka Ochu, Griffin Smith, Sarah Braverman, and Caleb M. Woodall explore the challenges and opportunities of low-carbon hydrogen.

NEW YORK—Paul Dabbar, Chairman and CEO of Bohr Quantum Technologies and former Under-Secretary for Science at the Department of Energy, has joined Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy as a Distinguished...

Food and Climate Change

new global analysis says that such greenhouse-gas emissions from food systems have long been systematically underestimated—and points to major opportunities to cut them.

Dr. James Glynn, Dr. Luisa Palacios and Dr. Harry Verhoeven join CGEP as Senior Research Scholars

The Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA announced today that Dr. James Glynn, Luisa Palacios, and Dr. Harry Verhoeven have joined the Center as Senior Research Scholars. At CGEP, they will conduct research, collaborate with the strong community of scholars at the Center as well as across the University, including the newly formed Climate School, and engage with public and private sector leaders, journalists, students and other key stakeholders.

Announcing the Leadership of Columbia University’s New Climate School

Columbia University President Lee Bollinger announced the appointment of Jason Bordoff as a Co-Founding Dean of the Columbia Climate School, a role he will hold while continuing to serve as Founding Director of the Center on Global Energy Policy.

Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy launches new carbon accounting project

The project will track and value climate innovation in the built world by developing new accounting methods to calculate the environmental benefits of products and technologies that reduce or eliminate harmful greenhouse gas emissions linked to climate change.

Mary Nichols

At the Center, Nichols will advance smart, actionable and evidence-based energy and climate solutions through research, education and dialogue.

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