Event
December 16, 2021

Historically, Africa’s and Latin America’s economic role in the international system has been that of exporters of commodities to markets in Europe and North America--in the process providing vital resources to sustain the global carbon economy...

Event
December 09, 2021

China is the world’s largest energy consumer, energy producer and greenhouse gas emitter. Its patterns of energy use have profound impacts on energy markets, geopolitics and the global climate. The Chinese government has committed to dramatic...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Heavy trucks emit an outsize share of greenhouse gasses and toxic pollutants. But we rely on them for nearly everything we buy. What will it take to decarbonize them?

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Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The Covid-19 pandemic continues to shake up the global oil economy as fears surrounding the newly-discovered Omicron variant sparked a drop in prices last week. 

This—combined with an ongoing energy crisis and a previous drop in prices...

Event
December 02, 2021

Join the Center on Global Energy Policy for the Columbia Energy Technology Revolution Forum, a new webinar series hosted by Paul Dabbar, CGEP Distinguished Visiting Fellow and former Under Secretary for Science at the U.S....

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

COP26 is behind us, but the work is just getting started. 

The world leaders who convened in Glasgow, Scotland, negotiated an agreement with positive, meaningful steps...

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December 07, 2021

Profound changes in state and federal policy are shaping the landscape for carbon capture, use, and storage in real time. Throughout the United States, these changes may be felt most in Wyoming, where extractive industries have long contributed...

Research
Op-ed

This op-ed was originally published in the Financial Times.

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