Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

If the grid system is the backbone of a low-carbon economy, then transmission lines are the nervous system.

We need a dramatic build-out of the transmission system to...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless speaks with two scholars working on the food system and climate change, NYU Professor Matthew Hayek and NASA Scientist Cynthia Rosenzweig.

Will COVID Drive an Early Peak in Transportation Activity and Oil Demand?
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Report

This study, which was cosponsored by Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy and the University of California, Davis Institute for Transportation Studies (ITS-Davis), assesses potential drivers for discontinuous and permanent change in oil consumption arising out of the COVID pandemic.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Building a low-carbon grid is like building a sports team with star players and supporting players. Or, more accurately, it’s like re-building a sports team, where you have to go from underdogs to world champs. ...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The electric grid is the vast machine that powers everything around us. It’s also the part of the energy system where we're seeing the most dramatic changes as we address climate change.

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Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Jason Bordoff introduces a new podcast from the Center on Global Energy Policy - The Big Switch.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless is joined by Maine Senator Angus King to discuss the state of play for climate and energy legislation.

Research
Article

In the Journal of Modern African Studies, Dr. Harry Verhoeven examines the works of Elleni Centime Zeleke, Mulugeta Gebrehiwot Berhe and Jonathan Fisher on Ethiopia. 

Building an Energy and Climate Coalition with Latin America and the Caribbean: An Agenda for the Biden Administration
Research
Commentary

In a new commentary, Dr. Mauricio Cárdenas and Laurie Fitzmaurice examine how the United States could utilize the tools of technology and financing focused on energy and climate to put LAC on a path toward sustained economic growth and social progress.

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