Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a panel discussion on current issues at the intersection of energy, financial markets and geopolitics. Distinguished experts on the panel were:

  • Carolyn Kissane, Academic Director and Clinical
  • ...
Event Recording

The Center on Global Energy Policy, in collaboration with SIPA's International Security Policy Concentration and the Journal of International Affairs, hosted a debate on U.S. sanctions practice and policy. The debate focused on the impacts of...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The Center on Global Energy Policy, in collaboration with SIPA's International Security Policy Concentration and the Journal of International Affairs, hosted a debate on U.S. sanctions practice and policy. The debate focused on the impacts of...

Event
April 21, 2016

The Center on Global Energy Policy was pleased to co-host a ...

Event Recording

The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a presentation and discussion on Japan's Nuclear Outlook with Nobuo Tanaka, President of the Sasawaka Peace Foundation and former Executive Director at the International Energy Agency, and Chris Gadomski...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a presentation and discussion on Japan's Nuclear Outlook with Nobuo Tanaka, President of the Sasawaka Peace Foundation and former Executive Director at the International Energy Agency, and Chris Gadomski...

Event
April 20, 2016

The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a panel discussion on the Paris Agreement and what it means for the various international stakeholders including governments, the renewable energy industry, and other business sectors. Distinguished...

Event
April 29, 2016

The Center on Global Energy Policy's Women in Energy program hosted a tour of the Columbia University Central Chiller and Central Boiler Plants. The visit was a great opportunity to learn about the the energy aspect, as well as the application...

Research
Report

The removal of economic sanctions against a country is not merely a legal event, it is also an important strategic event, intended to facilitate policy and to ensure that the country that was sanctioned avoids doing the behavior in the past that led to sanctions. To help inform public debate on this complex topic the Center on Global Energy conducted research into the case of Myanmar. In this paper, former Treasury Department (OFAC) official Peter Kucik examines the case of Myanmar, its reintegration into the global economy and global financial sector, and lessons learned.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

What's happening in China? Its a question top of mind for everyone trying to make sense of the energy and climate outlook. Has Chinese coal demand really peaked? How soon might we see peak carbon emissions? What is China doing on climate policy...

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