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Columbia Engineering professor Daniel Esposito (right) and colleague in lab. (Photo: John Abbott)

Seed funding from New York State will help researchers and entrepreneurs develop and scale carbon-cutting technologies.

 

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Today heads of state, business leaders and members of civil society are all starting to gather in Glasgow for the next two weeks to deliberate on what more needs to happen to keep the goal of limiting Earth’s warming to 1.5 degrees C within...

Beltrán

In this capacity Mr. Beltrán will focus on the role of governments in the energy transition, bringing over a decade of government experience working as Mexico’s former Deputy Secretary of Energy.

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...

Dr. Luay al-Khatteeb

In this role he will focus on the energy dynamics in the Middle East and specifically on economic reform in post-conflict states like Iraq and their efforts towards lowering carbon emissions.

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.

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